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Full text of "Recital programs 1966-67; 1967-68"

INDEX 

T 

RECITALS 

1966 - 1968 



•Indicates Graduation Recital 



FACULTY AND SPECIAL RLCITALS 

CURTIS HALL 

Mr. Mieczyslaw Horszowski, piano, ....... November 21, 1966 

The Guameri Quartet January 27, 1967 

ENSEMBLii. RECITALS 

CURTIS HALL and IIJ HALL 



Brass ensemble January 25 

Kfirch 17 

March 2C 

April 17 

March 7 

March 28 



Chamber music ensemble February 13,1967 



.February 16 
. January 26 
.February 29 



Chamber orchestra April 17 

March 6 

Woodwind ensemble April 7 

February 16 

March 29 

Curtis orchestra December 1 

February 23 

March 29 

March 31 

April 6 

Opera Department 

Opera workshop March lA 

March 16 

February 14 

Mozart - Bastien and Bastienna April 9 

Puccini - Gianni Schicchi April 9 

Mozart - Don Giovanni. March 22 

March 26 

(At the Philadelphia M^rch 29 

( Civic Center March 31 

At Yale April 6 



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1967 
1967 
1967 
1967 
1968 
1968 



1967 
1966 
1966 

1967 
1968 

1967 
1968 
1968 

1967 
1968 
1968 
1968 
1968 



1967 
1967 
1968 
1967 
1967 
1968 
1968 
1968 
1968 
1968 



STUDENT RECITALS 

CURTIS HALL 

BASSOCH 

Kiss Bonnie Wolfgang March 15, 1967* 

Mr. Frank Heintz April 3, 1967» 

Mr. Charles Holdeaan March 16, 196d» 

CLARINET 

Mr. Joseph Smith March 31, 1967» 

Mr. John Russo April 13, 1967* 

DOUBLEBASS 

Mr. Dale Gold April 3, 1967* 

Mr. Richard Schlecker April U, 1967 » 

Mr. Mark Stephenson January 25, 196o 

Mr. Randolph Ujcich March 25, 1966» 

FLUTE 

Miss Deborah Carter April 8, 196d 

Miss Linda Jonas March 10, 1967* 

Miss Patricia Valley April 1^, 1967 

March 25, 1968* 

HARP 

Miss Bette Burke April 12, 1967 

March 11, 1968* 

Miss Frances Cohen April 12, 1967 

April 26, 1968* 

Miss Erica Goodman April 4, 1966 

Miss Karen Kreisel April 12, 1967 

April 4, 196ts 

Miss Shrudeli Smith April 12, 1967 

April U, 1966 

HORN 

Mr. Samuel Gindin April 26, 1967 

April 29, 196d» 

OBOE 

Mr. Richard Woodhams February 16, 196d* 

ORGAN 

Mr. Richard Alexander March 13, 1967 

March 15, 196d» 

Mr. Charles Armitage Febrviary 10, 1967 

April 5, 1968* 

Mr. James Bigham* •• February 15, 1967 

April 19, 1968» 

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ORGAN (Continued) 

Mr. Wllliain Braun January 18, 1967* 

Mr. Peter Brown March 1, 1967 

Mr. Keith Chapman February 2A, 1967 

April 25, 1968* 

Mr. Michael Kom March 6, 1968 

Mr. Arnold Ostlund April 2A, 1967* 

Mr. David Spicer March 15, 1967 

April 23, 1968* 

Mr. John Tuttle January 11, 1967 

April 21, 1967 

February 27, 1968 

PIANO 



Mr. David Brown April 25 

Miss Susan Comwell March 8 

April 10 

Mr. Janes Fields April 25 

Miss Claudia Hoca Janvary 11 

April 3 

Mr. William Horn January 18 

March 20 

Miss Diedre Irons April 2^ 

April 26 

Miss Dukju Kin March 31 

Miss Kyung Sook Lee. April 5 

Miss Patricia Michaelian February 22 

February 21 

Mr. Craig Sheppard March 22 

March 6 

Miss Kiyoko Takeutl February 15 

March 21 

Miss Mikiko Usui April 10 



1967» 

1967 

1968 

1968 

1967 

1968 

1967 

1968 

1967 

1968 • 

1967* 

1967* 

1967 

1968 

1967 

1968 

1967 

1968 

1967 



TROMBOME 



Mr. John Kelly 



April 13, 1967 

March 7, 1968* 

Mr. Francis Ryan April 26, 1967 

Mr. Mark Steinruck March 13, 1968 



TRDMPET 



Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 
Mr. 



Roger Blackburn March 8, 

Richard Cooper .... March 8, 

Lemny Doster March 8, 



Howard Hagge 



March 17, 



1968 
1968* 
1968* 
1967 » 



TUBA 

Mr. Jaaes Alligood 



April 26, 1967* 



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VIOLA 

Mr. Mark Childs March 20, 1967 

Mr. Charles Griffin April 21, 1967* 

Mr. Gary Logsdon April 18, 1968 

Miss Susan Winterbotton March 3, 1967 

April 8, 1968* 

VIOLIN 

Miss Barbara Beck April 3, 1968* 

Mr. Eliot Ghapo April 10, 1967* 

Mr. Nicolas Chunachenco April 19, 1967* 

Mr. Daniel Heifeti April 6, 1967 

April 7A, 1968 

Mr. Richard Luby May 2, 1967* 

Mr. Roy Malan March U, 1968» 

Miss Laurie Mostovoy April 29, 1968* 

Miss Yumi Ninomiya May 21, 1968* 

Miss Mi Young Park March 21, 1968 

Miss Mari Tsumura April A, 1967 

April 1, 1968 

Miss Keiko Wada February 10, 1967* 

Mr. Paul Windt February 8, 1967 

February 12, 1968 

VIQLCWCELLO 

Mr. David Gole April 6, 1967» 

Mr. George Harpham February 27, 1968 

Mr. David Kadarauch February 17, 1967 

March U, 1968* 

Mr. Robert Marcus April 10, 1967 

April 8, 1968* 

Miss Marcia Peck February 23, 1963» 

March 13, 1967 

Miss Rebecca Seiver April Ut 1967 

February 12, 1968 

Mr. Loran Stephenson, Jr January 25, 1968 

VOICE 

Miss Pamela Boodley, soprano March 8, 1967 

April 5, 1968* 

Mr. Evans Clough, baritone February 22, 1967 

April 23, 1968* 

Mr. John Cochran, baritone March 1, 1967 

Mr. William Cochran, tenor January 20, 1967 

April 28, 1967 

April 24, 1968 

Mr. Edward Crafts, bass-baritone February 8, 1967 

April 10, 1966» 

Mr. Patrick Calleo, tenor April 28, 1967* 

Miss Helen GilUam, soprano February 17, 1967 

March 11, 1968* 

Miss Norma Hirsh, me«ao-soprano March 22, 1967 

March 21, 1968 



VOICE (Continued) 



Mr* James Johnson, basa-baritone* • . Febmiary 21 

Miss Julia Kemp, soprano February 23 

Mr. Ronald Nadeau, bass-baritone. February 2^. 

Mr. Roman Osadchuk, tenor .April 25 

April 19 

Miss Janet Perry, soprano .. .April 19 

Miss Dianna Ross, soprano January 25 

March 15 

Mr. Guy Rothfuss, tenor April 5 

March IB 

Miss Gail Sawyer, soprano . .March 3 

Miss Katherine Stone, mezzo-soprano February 16 

February 29 

Miss Nancy Wertsch- soprano January 20 

Miss Carla Wllklns, contralto March 10 

April 1 



1968 

1968 

1967 

1967 

1968* 

1967* 

1967 

1968 • 

1967 

1968* 

1967 

1967 

1968 » 

1967 » 
1967 

1968 » 



« « » « « 

Christmas Program - 1966 

Britten - A Ceremony of Carols, Opus 28 

Christmas Program - 1967 

Berlioz - L'Enfance du Christ 

The Curtis Orchestra, soloists and chorus 
with William Smith, Conductor 

Thirty-fourth Annual Commencement and 

Conferrring of Degrees May 6, 1967 

Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 11, 1968 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTY-THIRD SEASON— 1966-1967 

FACULTY RECITAL by 
MIECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKI 

Monday Afternoon, Novombor 11, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

November 21, 1966 

SCHUBERT PROGRAM 

Six Moments musicaux, Op. 94 (D780) 

1. Moderato 4. Moderato 

2. Andantino 5. Allegro vivace 

3. Allegro moderato 6. Allegretto 



Four Impromptus, Op. 142 (D935) 

1. Allegro moderato 

2. Allegretto 



3. Theme: Andante 

4. Allegro scherzando 



Sonata in B flat (posthumous) (D960) 
Molto moderato 
Andante sostenuto 

Scherzo: Allegro vivace con delicatezza 
Allegro ma non troppo 



chpistmas 



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the cuRtis institute of music 

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chRistmas pROQRAm 



Pastorales de Noel Andre JoUvei 

Patricia Valley, Jiule 

Charles Holdeman, Bassoon 
Marilyn Costello, Harp 

Presentation 

A Ceremony of Carols, Opus 28 Benjamin Britten 

Women's Chorus 
Bette Burke, Tiarp 
Michael Korn, CoM<iMctor 




CARols By entiRe school 

O come, all ye faithful, joyful and Jidt^t siutltS 

triumphant, 
O come ye, O come ye, to Bethlehem; 
Come and behold Him, born the King 

of angels. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him, 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 

Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, bom this 

happy morning, 
Jesus, to Thee be all glory giv'n; 
Word of the Father, now in flesh 

appearing. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him; 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 




CARols By entiRe school 



Silent night! Holy night! Sikut CNi^ht 

All is calm, all is bright, 

Round yon Virgin Mother and Child! 

Holy Infant, so tender and mild, 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 

Silent night ! Holy night ! 
Shepherds quake at the sight, 
Glories stream from heaven afar, 
Heav'nly hosts sing Alleluia, 
Christ the Saviour is born. 
Christ the Saviour is born. 

Silent night ! Holy night ! 
Son of God, love's pure light. 
Radiant beams from Thy holy face, 
With the dawn of redeeming grace, 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 



The first Nowell the angel did say, "Jhc J'tr^ y^OWcll 

Was to certain poor shepherds, in fields 

as they lay. 
In fields where they lay keeping their 

sheep. 
On a cold winter's night that was so 
deep. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 

They looked up and saw a star 
Shining in the East beyond 

them far. 
And to the earth it gave great 

light. 
And so it continued both day 
and night. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDMT RECITAL BY 

CLAUDIA HOCA, Piano 
J0^5>J TUTTLE, Organ 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 11, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

wie selig seid ihr doch Johannes Brahms 

Opus 122, No. 6 

(Blessed are ye, faithful souls departed) 

Pastorale Jean Jules Roger-Ducasse 

Prelude et fugue Maurice Durufle 

^ur le nom d'alain 

JOHN TUTTLE 

II 

Suite, Opus 14 Bela Bartok 

Allegretto 
Scherbo 
Allegro molto 
Sostenuto 

Impromptu in Gb major Franz Schubert 

Opus 90, No. 3 (D399) 

Ballade in G minor, Opus 23 Frederic Chopin 

CLAUDIA HOCA 

Miss Hoca: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Tuttle: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortv- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

WILLIAM mAUN, Organ 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

WILLIAM HORN, Piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 18, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Fantasy in F minor, K608. . . Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Chorale Prelude: Johann Sebastian Bach 

Kommst du nun, Jesu 

Fugue on the chorale: Franz Liszt 

Ad nos, ad salutarem undam 

WILLIA-M 3RAUN 

II 

Nocturne in B major Frederic Chopin 

Opus 62, No. 1 

Sonata in C major Ludwig van Beethoven 

Opus 53, "Waldstein" 

Allegro con brio 

Introduzione: Adagio molto 
Rondo: Allegretto moderato 

WILLIAI-^ HORN 

Mr. Braun: ' Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Horn: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INiTITUTE OF MU3IC 

Curtlg Hall> Fcrr.y-third Season 1966-67 

GRADU/.-ICN RECITAL BY 
NANCY WERTSCH--DOLFH, Soprano 

SiaL'ENT RECITAL BY 
VILLIiiM COCHRAN; Tenor 

Friday Anemo.n, January 20, 1967 at 5:15 o'clcck 

PR0GRAJ1 

I 

We 3lng to Him , Henry P\ircell 

Senti I'eco Vtolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

NANCY WERT3CH-D0LPH 
II 

Invocazione di Orfeo > . . . .Jacopc Peri 

from "F'lridice" 
Recitative et Air de Pylade. .... Christophe Gluck 

from "Iphigenie en Tauride" 
Recitative et Air d'Azael Claude Debussy 

from "L' enfant prodigue" 

WILLIAM COCHRAN 
III 

Schlafendes Jesuskind) 

Auf einer Wanderung ) u u t^ 

„ , . T • V. \ Hugo Wolf 

Verschwiegene Liebe ) 

Mignon ) 

NANCY '.ffiRTSCH-DOLPH 

IV 

Die Forelle ) 

Der Neugierige) Franz Schubert 

Meini ) 

Wintersturme uichend dem Wonnemond. . .Richard Wagner 
from "Die Walklire" 

WILLIA^: COCHRAN 

V 

Poemes de Ronsard Francis Fculenc 

Attributs Je n'ai plus que les os 

Le Tombeau A son page 

Ballet 

NANCY '/JERTSCH-BOLPH 
Mrs. Dolph and Mr. Cochran: Students of Mr. Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fcrty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

DIAK'NA .HCoS, Soprano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

BRASS QUINTET 
Howard R. Hagge) „ Alice L. Kennedy, Horn 

Lanny Doster ) -^^^^Pe^s j^^^^ ^^ Kelly, Trombone 
James Paul Alli^ood, Tuba 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 25, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROCiAM 

I 

Alleluja Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

from Exultate, jub51ate 

She never told her l5ve Joseph Haydn 

Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me? S. F, Handel 

from Semele 
La flute enchantee Maurice Ravel 

from Sheherazade 

Patricia Valley, flute obbligato 

Vocalise - Etude) ^^.^^ ^^^^^ 

Nicolette ) 

DIANNA ROSS 

II 

Sonata from ''Die Bankelsangerlieder" . . . . Anonymous 

Sharagan and Fugue . « . . Alan Hovhaness 

Andante 
Allegro 

All breathing life J. S. Bach 

(Arr. by Henry C. Smith) 

BRASS QUINTET 
III 

Fruhlingsglaube ) 

\^^t'^Z '^P"" ^ \ Franz Schubert 

An die Musik ) 

Gretchen am Spinnrade) 

DIANNA ROSS 

IV 

Quintet for Brass Arthur Frackenpohl 

1. March 2. Blues 3. Rondo 

BRASS QUINTET 

Miss Ross: Student of Mr. Singher 
Brass Quintet: Students in Brass Ensemble 
of Mr. Henry Charles Smith 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTY-THIRD SEASON — 1966-1967 

RECITAL BY 
THE GUARNERI QUARTET 

Friday Afternoon, January 27, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 
PROGRAM 



Quartet in G major, K387 . . 
Allegro vivace assai 

Menuetto (Allegretto) 
Andante cantabile 
Molto allegro 



.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 



Quartet in Eb major, Opus 44, No. 3 Felix Mendelssohn 

Allegro vivace 

Scherzo (Assai leggiero e vivace) 
Adagio non troppo 

Molto allegro con fuoco 

Arnold Steinhardt, violin 

John Dalley, violin 

Michael Tree, viola 
David Soyer, Violoncello 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Sf^ason 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

EDWARD J. CRAFTS - Bass-Baritone 

PAUL WINDT - Violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 8, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROCRAM 

I 

Die Hoffnung ist mein Leben G. P. Telemann 

Eliot Chapo, Violin 
Marcia Peck, Violoncello 

Gde nasha roza Mikhail Glinka 

Somnenie Mikhail Glinka 

Jfeircia Peck, Violoncello Obbligato 

EDWARD J. CRAFTS 

II 

Concerto in E minor Jules Conus 

Allegro molto - Adagio - Allegro 

PAUL WINDT 

III 

Trois Ballades de FranQois Villon. . . Claude Debussy 

EDiiMTD J. CRAFTS 

Mr. Crafts: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Windt: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF M U'S I C 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third season - 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

KEIKO V;aDA, Violin 

STUDHIT RECITAL by 

CHARLES ARJaTAGE, Organ 

Friday Afternoon, February 10, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite, Opus 5 Maurice Durufle 

Prelude 

Sicilienne 

Toccata 

Fugue in Eb Johann Sebastian Bach 

CHARLES ARiaTAGE 

II 

Concerto for Violin Serge Prokofiev 

in D major, Opus 19 

Andantino 
Scherzo 
Moderate 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

KEIKO WADA 

Miss Wada: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. Armitage: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Kail, Forty-third Season - 1966-67 

STUDETJTS IN CHAMBER MUSIC 

OF MR. BRODSKY 

M«nday Afternoon, February 13, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Quintet in C minor, K406 . . .Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Allegro 
Andante 
Menuetto in Canone 
Trio al roves cio 
Allegro 

Young Uck Kim) ^.-t,^ Susan Winterbottom) ,r. .„ 
Yumi Ninomiya)- ^^°^^"^ Charles Griffin )" ^^°^^^ 
Marcia Peck, Violoncello 

II 

Quartet in F, Opus 135 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegretto 
Vivace 
Lento assai, cantant'^' e tranquillo 
Grave ma non troppo tratto 
Allegro 

Young Uck Kim)_ violins Susan Wint^^rbottom, Viola 
Yumi Ninomiya) David Cole, Violoncello 



THE CURTIS IN.-^riTUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-third Seaso^i - 1966 - 67 

STUDMT RECITAL by 

KIYOKO ThKEUTI - Piano 
•TAME;i BIGHiLM - Organ 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 15, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGR.AM 



Fantasy in F minor, K59/+ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Sechs Chorale von verschiedener Art J.S. Bach 

(Schiibier Chorales) 

1. Wachfct auf , ruft uns die Stimme. 

2. Wo soil ich fliehen hin. 

3.Wer nur den lieben Gott lasst walten. 
4- Mexiie Seelc'. erhebt.dcn Hcrren. -•' ..s ,i>. 

5. Ach bleib' bei uns, Herr Jesu Christ. 

6. Kommst du nun, Josu, von Himmel herunter. 

Toccata in F major J. S. Ba^h 

James Bighajn 
II 

Partita No. 4 in D major, J. S. Bach 

from Klavierubung, Fart I 

Ouverture Aria 

Aliemande Sarabande 

Courante Menuet 

Gigue 

Scherzo in B minor, Op. 20 Frederic Chopin 

Kiyoko Takeuti 



Miss Takeuti: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Bigham: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS TrfSTITUTL OF ^:USIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season - 1966 - 67 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

KATHERINE STONE - Mezzo-soprano 
CHAiiBER ^fJSIC STUD3JT3 of 
Mr. Brodsky 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thiorsday Afternoon, February 16, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Non so piu cosa son Wolfgang Araadeus Mozart 

from Le Nozze di Figaro 

Wie Kelodien zieht es mir ) t u n u 

D TV 1. ^"u ^ m i Johannes Brahjns 

Brauner Bursche fuhrt zum Tanze) 

Wie lange schon war immer mein Verlangen) 

In don Schatten meiner Locken )' ^^&° ''°^ 

Non piu mesta Gioacchino Rossini 

KATHERIKE STONE 

ii 

Quartet in A minor. Op. 51, No. 2. ..Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 

Andante modorato 

Quasi menuetto, moderato 
Finale: Allegro non assai 

Richard Luby >y. ^. Mark Chi Ids, Viola 

Roy Malan ) David Kadarauch, Violoncello 

III 

Chanson perpetuelle, Op. 37 Ernest Chausson 

for voice and string quartet 

KATHERINE STONE 

Miss Stone: Student of Mine. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season - 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

EELW CAROL GILLIiiM - Soprano 

DAVID KADARAUCH - Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, February 17, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

From rosy bowers Henry Purcell 

Nehmt meinen Dank W. A. Mozart 

La promessa Gioacchino Rossini 

HELEN CAROL GILLIAM 

II 

Apres un rsve Faure-Casals 

Concerto in D major, Opus 101 Joseph Haydn 

Allegro moderate (Cadenza by Feuermann) 
Adagio 
Allegro 

DAVID KADARAUCH 

III 

Am Grabe Anselmo's) 

Nacht und Traume ) Franz Schubert 

Lachen und "Weinen ) 

Du Ring an msinem Finger Robert Schumann 

Son pochi fiori Pietro Mascagni 

from L' ami CO Fritz 

HELEN CAROL GILLIAM 

Miss Gilliam: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Kadarauch: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season - 1966-67 

STUI2F5T RECITAL by 

PATRICIA MICHAELIAJI - Piano 

C. EVANS CLOUGH - Baritone 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 22, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Aure, deh, per pieta G. F. Handel 

recitative and aria from "Julius Caesar" 

Der Wanderer. Franz Schubert 

Don Quichotte a Dulcinee Maurice Ravel 

Chanson Romanesque 

Chanson epique 

Chanson a boire 

C. EVANS CLOUGH 
Mme. Martha Massena at the piano 

II 

Prelude and Fugue in F# minor. ...... J. S* Bach 

Well-tempered Clavicord, Vol. II 

Sonata in D major, Opus 28 L. van Beethoven 

Allegro 
Andante 
Scherzo: Allegro vivace 
Rondo: Allegro ma non troppo 

PASRICIA MICHAELIAN 

III 

Dover Beach Samuel Barber 

for voice and string quartet 
Eliot Chapo ) „. ,. 

Mary Lynn Carman)" ^^°^^^^ Charles Griffin - Viola 
Marcia Peck - Violoncello 

C. EVANS CLOUGH 

IV 

"Credo" from Otello Giuseppe Verdi 

C. EVANS CLOUGH 
Mme. Martha Ifessena at the piano 

Miss Michaelian: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Clough: Student of Mr. Singher 



THE CURTIS INSl'ITUTL OF 1-;U3IC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season - 1966-67 

STUDffiT RECITAL by 

JOHN W. COCHRAN - Baritone 

PETER A. BRCn^JtJ - Organ 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 1, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

I attempt from love's sickness to fly. .Henry Purcell 

Arise, ye subterranean winds Henry Purcell 

del mio amato ben Stefano Donaudy 

Rivolgete a lui lo sguardo W. A. Mozart 

JOHN ¥. COCHRAN 

II 

Un poco allegro J. S. Bach 

from Trio Sonata No. k, BVr/52-.S 
Tvo Choral Preludes Johannes Brahms 

C sorrow deep 

Deck thyself, my soul, with gladness 
Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor J. S. Bach 

Bl/f'/SSa 

PETER A. BRO'aIN 

III 

Don Juan's Serenade Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky 

Christ is risen Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Lilacs Sergei Rachmaninoff 

In the silence of night Sergei Rachmaninoff 

JOHN '.-7. COCHRAI^ 

Mr. Cochran: Student of Yxr. Singher 
Mr. Brown: Stuaent of Dr. I'cCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

STUDS.'T RECITAL by 

PAMELA BOODLEY - Soprano 

SUSAN CORIOSLL - Piano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 8, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAl'l 

I 

Va godendo G. F. Handel 

L'amero W. A. Mozart 

from II re pastore 

Richard Luby, Violin obbligato 

PAMELA BOODLEY 

II 

Nocturne in G minor, Frederic Chopin 

Opus 15, No. 3 

Sonata in Eb major, L. van Beethoven 

Opus 27, No. 1 
Andante 
Allegro molto e vivace 
Adagio con espressione 
Allegro vivace 

SUSATJ CORK'/ffiLL 

III 

SeligeKacht ) Joseph Marx 

Waldseligkeit) 

Air de Snegourotchka N. Rimsky-Korsakov 

[The Snow-Maiden] 

Voici que le printemps) c. Debussy 

Mandoline ) 

PAlffiLA BOODLEY 

Miss Boodley: Student of I<lme. Gregory 
Miiss Cornwell: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE Q-^ MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATiaN RECITAL by 
LINDA JONAS - Flute 

STUDQJT RKCITAL by 
CARLA SUE WILKlNS -- Contralto 

Dr. Vladimir SokoDoff at the piano 
Friday Afternoon, March 10, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata in E major J. S. Bach 

Adagio ma non tan to Siciliano 

Allegro Allegro assai 

Sonata Paul Hindemith 

Heiter bewegt Sehr lebhaft 

Sehr langsam Marsch 

LINDA JONAS 

II 

Music for a while Henry Pvircell 

Villanelle ) 

L 'absence ) Hector Berlioz 

Le spectre de la rose) 

In si barbara sciagura Gioacchino Rossini 

from Semiramide 

CARLA SUE WILKINS 

III 

The fog is lifting Carl Nielsen 

Serenade No. 10 Vincent Persichetti 

Larghetto Allegretto 

Allegro comodo Scherzando 

Andante grazioso Adagietto 

Andante cantabile Vivo 

LINDA JO^AS 
Frances Cohen, Harp 

IV 
Ich atmet' einen linden duft) 

Urlicht ) Gustav Mahler 

Hans und Crete ) 

Um Mitternacht ) 

CARLA SUE WILKINS 

Miss Jonas: Student of Mr. Kincaid and Mr. Krell 
Miss Wilkins: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF W'JSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDH^T RECITAL BY 

MARCIA PECK - Violoncello 

RICHARD ALEXANDER - Organ 

Monday Aftemo«ii, March 15, 1967 at 5:15 •'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in G J. S. Bach 

BWV XV 

Choral in B minor Cesar Franck 

RICHARD ALEXANDER 

II 

Sonata, Opus 119 Serge Prokofieff 

Andante grave 
Modera to 
Allegro, ma non troppo 

MARCIA PECK 

Diedre Irons, piano 

Miss Peck: Student of Mr. Cole 

Mr. Alexander: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Room II J, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

"An open class -if the Opera Wrrkshop" 

THE OPERA DEPARTWaJT 
PRESENTS TWO ONE ACT OPERAS by 
GIACC^iO PUCCINI 

SUOR ANGELICA (in Italian) 

GIANNI SCHICCHI (in English) 

Tuesday Evening, March lU, 1967 at 7:30 o'clock 

SUOR ANCELICA 

Cast of Characters 

Sister Angelica Dianna Ross 

the Princess Aunt Carla Wilkins 

the Abbess Katherine Stone 

Sister Monitor Marylou Falcone 

Sister Mistress of Novices Norma Hirsh 

Sister Genovieffa Pamela Boodley 

Sister Dolcina Helen Gilliam 

Sisters: Eileen Duffy, Julia Kemp, Gail Sawyer 

Chorus from the Moore College ef Art, 
Director Dr. William Reese 

The action takes place in a convent in the 17th century 

The nuns come out ?»f the chapel, receive blessings or 
penances from their superiors, then enjoy a recess during 
which they confide to each other their secret naive wishes, 
such as to see the sunshine return on the fountain of their 
courtyard, or to have a lamp, or to eat well, or to pray for 
the dead sisters. Sister Angelica stays apart. She is said 
to be of noble birth and to suffer from a mysterious sorrow. 
A visitor is announced. She is the Princess Aunt of Angelica 
and this is her first visit in seven years. She has come to 
tell Angelica that her young sister will be married soon and 
to ask the nun to renoiince in her favor all claims to her in- 
heritance. Angelica consents, then, braving the scornful and 
revengeful attitude of her aunt she suddenly asks for news 
from her young son, the guilt for which she was sent to the 
convent. The child has died. Left alone in a trance of 
despair, Angelica brews a poison and drinks it. In her 
agony a miracle makes her see her son brought to her by the 
Holy Virgin. She has been forgiven. 

Costumes and set by the Moore College of Art 



GIANNI SCHTCCFI 
Cast af Characters 

Gianni Schicchi Edward Crafts 

Lauretta, his daughter Helen Gilliam 

the relatives of Bucso Donati: 

Zita, the old woman, a cousin Katharine Stone 

Rinuccio, her nephew Patrick Calleo 

Gherardo, Buoso's nephew Guy Rothfuss 

Nella, his wife Pamela Boodley 

Gherardino, their son Michael Meranze* 

Betto, a cousin john Cochran 

Simone, a cousin Ronald Nadeau 

Marco, his son Evans Clough 

La Ciesca, Marco's wife julia Kemp 

Master Spinellocci#, physician . . . .William Cochran 

Amanti» di Nicolao, notary Donald Barnum* 

Pinellino, shoemaker David Spicer* 

Guccio, dyer john Light* 

*Guest Performers 

The action takes place in 1299 in the bedchamber tf the 
deceased Buoso Donati, in Florence. 

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Costmnes and Buoso's bed by the Moore College of Art. 

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The Opera Department of the Curtis Institute of Music: 
Elizabeth Westmoreland, musical director 
Martha Massena, pianist accompanist 
Martial Singher, director 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF KUSIC 
Room II J, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

"An open ilass of the Opera Workshop" 

THE OPERA DEPARTMMT 

PRESQJTS TWO CKE ACT OPERAS by 

GIACCKO PUCCINI 

IL TABARRO (in ItaUan) 
GIANNI SCHICCHI (in EngUsh) 

Thursday Evening, March 16, 1967 at 7:30 o'clock 

IL TABARRO 

Cast •£ Characters 

Michele Evans Clough 

Luigi Patrick Calleo 

II Tinea Roman Osadchuk 

II Talpa Ronald Nadeau 

Giorgetta Dianna Ross 

La Frugola Norma Hirsh 

Song Vendor Guy Rothfuss 

Seamstresses Julia Kemp, Eileen Dxoffy, 

Pamela Boodley, Carla Wilkins, 
Gail Sawyer 

Two Lovers Eileen Duffy, Guy Rothfuss 

Organ Grinder Edward Crafts 

The opera takes place on a barge moored on the river 
Seine, near the center of Paris. The owner of the 
barge, Michele, a man in his 50' s, and his wife 
Giorgetta, about 25, live in the cabin of the barge. 
Several stevedores help in loading and unloading the 
barge. One of them, Talpa, is a tired, aging man who 
is married to Frugola, a rag-picker. Another, Tinea, 
drinks to forget his personal disappointments. A 
third, the young Luigi, has secretly become Giorgetta' s 
lover. 

The plot of the opera is verj"- simple. The previous 
year Giorgetta and Michele had lost an infant child. 
Michele, aware that his wife has drifted away from him 
since that time, is still hopeful of regaining her love, 
and keeps a careful watch on her and on the workers. His 
suspicions will find a sudden confirmation and bring 
along the end of the opera. 

II Tabarro (the cloak) is the 
large garment in which Michc;le and his young wife used to 
wrap themselves when, at the time of their love's happi- 
ness, they enjoyed the cool evenings of spring on the 
deck of their barge. The cloak symbolizes the lost 
intimacy of their love. 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
HOWARD HAGGE - Tnimpet 

TRUMPET STUDENTS OP 
MR. KRAUSS 

Friday Afternoon, March 17, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto for trumpet A. Arutiunian 

(played without pause) 

HOWARD HAGGE 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Concerto for trumpet. . .Joseph Haydn 

Allegro 
Andante 
Finale: Allegro 

RICHARD COOPER 
Arnold Ostlund, Organ 

Concertino in Eb J. G. Albrechtsberger 

Moderate 
Minuet and Trio 
Larghetto 
Finale: Vivace 

LANNY R. DOSTER 
James Bigham, Piano Gary Logsdon, Viola 

Mary Lynn Carman, Violin Marcia Peck, Violoncello 

III 

Cantata No. 110 J. S. Bach 

Unser Mund sei voll Lachens 

Bass aria: Wacht auf; wacht auf ! 

ROGER BLACKBURN 
Ronald Nadeau, Bass-Baritone 
Arnold Ostlund, Organ 

IV 

Cantata No. 172, Erschallet, ihr Lieder. . J. S. Bach 
Bass aria: Heiligste Dreieinigkeit 

HOWARD HAGGE RICHARD COOPER ROGER BLACKBURN 
Ronald Nadeau, Bass-Baritone 
Arnold Ostlund, Organ 
Anthony Patota, Timpani 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
MARK CHILDS - VIOLA 

FRENCH HORN STUDENTS of 
MR. JONES 

Kendall Betts Samuel Gindin 

Alice Kennedy George Stimpson 

Monday Afternoon, March 20, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Six Trios, Opus 82 Anton Reicha 

Lento (1770-1836) 

Allegretto 
Allegro 
Lento sostenuto. Allegro spiritoso 
Menuetto grazioso 
Finale: Allegro scherzando 

II 

Concerto in D major Karl Stamitz 

Allegro (17^5-1801) 

Andante moderate 
Rondo 

MARK CHILDS 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Four Pieces Nicolas Tcherepnine 

Night (1899-) 

Dancers 
A Popular Song 
The Hunt 

IV 

Chores No. U Heitor Villa-Lobos 

Un peu modere-modere-anime (1887-1959) 

(Played without pause) 

Mr. Childs: Student of Mr. Aronoff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

NORMA SUE HIRSH - Mezzo Soprano 

CRAIG SHEPPARD - Piano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 22, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Solo un pianto Lulgi Cherubini 

Recitative and aria from Medea 

Das Veilchen W. A. Mozart 

Als Luise die Brief e ihres ungetreuen . .W. Ar Mozart 

Lachen und Weinen , . . . .Franz Schubert 

Erlkonig , Franz Schubert 

NORMA SUE HIRSH 

II 

Toccata Francis Poulenc 

"Eroica" variations, Opus 35 L. van Beethoven 

Introduction, theme, 15 variations, fugue and coda 
on a theme from "Prometheus" 

CRAIG SHEPPARD 

III 

Chansons de Bilitis Claude Debussy 

La flute de pan 

La Chevelure 

Le tombeau des Naiades 

mio Fernando Gaetano Donizetti 

Recitative and aria from La Favorita 

NORMA SU^ HIRSH 

Miss Hirph: Student cf Mite. Gregory 
Mr. Sheppardr Student of Mrs, Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Ciirtia Hall, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATICK RECITAL by 

DUKJU KIM, Piano 
JOSEPH A. SMITH, Clarin«5t 

Friday Afternoon, March 31, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Quintet in B minor, Opnxs 11$ Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio-piu lento 
Andantino 
Presto non assai 
Con Bcto-un poco meno mosoo 

JOSEPH A. SMITH 

Roy Malan ) y^ •, j Susan Winterbottom, Viola 
Mi Young Park) ^°-^"s Marcia Peck, violoncello 

II 

Concerto No. 23 in A major, K^8 .... W. A, Mozart 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro assai 

DUKJU KIM 

Curtis Chamber Orchestra 

Miss Kim: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mrs. Sokoloff 

Mr. Smith: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

CaiADUATICN RECITAL by 

DALE GOLD, Double Bass 
FRANK T. HEINTZ, Bassoon 

Monday Afternoon, April 3, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in A najor J. S. Bach 

Largo e dolce 
Allegro 

DALE GOLD 
Diedre Irons, piano 

II 

Duo Albert Roussel 

for Bassoon and Double Bass 

FRANK HEINTZ DALE GOLD 

Sonata, Opus 168 Camille Saint-Saens 

Allegretto moderate 
Allegro scherzando 
Adagio - Allegro moderate 

FRANK HEINTZ 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , piano 

III 

Sonata in A minor (Arpeggione) (D821), .Franz Schubert 
Allegro moderate 
Adagio 
Allegretto 

DALE GOLD 
Diedre Irons, piano 

IV 

Trio, Opus 37 Hans-Georg Corner 

for Clarinet, Bassoon and Double Bass 
Invention 
Siciliano 
Fughetta 

FRANK HEINTZ DALE GOLD 

Joseph Smith, Clarinet 

Mr. Gold: Student of Mr. Scott 
Mr. Heintz: Student of Mr. Schoenbaoh 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

MARI TSUMURA - Violin 

BECKY SEIVER - Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 4, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROCKAM 

I 

Variations on a Rococo theme. ... P. I. Tchaikovsky 
Opus 33 

BECKY SEIVER 

II 

Concerto No. 5 in A major. ....... W, A. Mozart 

Allegro aperto 
Adagio 
Tempo di menuetto 

Carmen Fantasy, Opus 33 Pablo de Sarasate 

MARI TSUMURA 

Miss Tsumura: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Miss Seiver: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
KYUNG SOCK LEE, Piano 

STUDHIT RECITAL BY 
GUY E. L. ROTHFUSS, Tenor 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 5, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Gia il sole dal gange Alessandro Scarlatti 

Lasciatemi morire Claudio Monteverdi 

Caro mio ben Giuseppe Giordani 

Che f iero costume Ciouanni Legrenzi 

GUY ROTHFUSS 

II 

Prelude and Fugue .Dmitri Shostakovich 

Opus 87, No. 22 

Sonata in D major. ....... Ludwig van Beethoven 

Opus 10, No. 3 

Presto 
Largo e mesto 
Menuetto: Allegro 
Rondo : Allegro 

KYUNG SOOK LEE 

III 

Feldeinsamkeit 

Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen 

Ich schleich \imher 

Du sprichst, dass ich mich tauschte 

Der Strom der neben mir 

GUY ROTHFUSS 

IV 

Capriccio in D minor. Opus 116, No. 7. . . .J. Brahms 

Intermezzo in Bbmincr, 0pu3 117, No. 2 , . .J, Brahms 

Intermezzo in C major. Opus 119, No. 3 • . .J. Brahms 

Fantasy in F miner, C^pus 49<- Frederic Chopin 

KYUNG SOOK UE 

Miss Lee: Student of l-'ir !!or?zov;sk:. 
Mr. Rothfuss; Studert of I'j*, Sir.pher 



. . J ohann e s Brahms 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
DAVID COLE, Violoncello 

STUDiNT RECITAL BY 
DANIEL HEIFETZ, Violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, April 6, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto No, 3 in B minor. Opus 61. . .C. Saint-Saens 
Allegro non troppo 
Andantino quasi allegretto 
Molto moderate e maestoso 

DANIEL HEIFETZ 

II 

Fantasy Pieces, Opus 73 Robert Schumann 

Concerto in B minor, Opus 104 Anton Dvorak 

Allegro 
Quasi improvisando 
Adagio ma non troppo 
Finale: Allegro moderate 

DAVID COLE 

Mr. David Cole: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Heifetz: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
C\irti3 Hall, Forty- thf. id Season 1966-67 

WOODWIND liUSEMBLi 
Under the direction of Mr. John de Lancie 

Friday Afternoon, April 7, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Serenade No. 12 (K388) W. A. Mozart 

Allegro 
Andante 
Minuetto in Canone (omitted at this performance) 
Allegro 



Jon Peterson ) 
Richard Woodhams) 
Frank Heintz ) 
Charles Holdeman) 



Oboes 



Bassoons 



Joseph Smith) -^ . . 
T u n (Clarinets 
John Russo } 

Kendall Betts) 



Samuel Gindin) 



Horns 



II 



Petite Symphonie 

Adagio-Allegretto 
Andante cantabile 
Scherzo 
Finale 

Patricia Valley - Flute 
Jon Peterson ) 
Richard Woodhams) ^°^^^ 
Frank Heintz ) 
Charles Holdeman) Bassoons 



.Charles Gounod 



Janet Gay ) 
Weldon Berry) 
Samuel Gindin) 
Alice Kennedy) 



Clarinets 



Horns 



III 



Five Pieces for Wind Instruments .... .Ernst Toch 
and Percussion 

1. Canzonetta 2. Caprice 3. Night Song 

U' Roundelay 5. Cavalcade 



Frank Heintz - Bassoon 
Samuel Gindin) 



Horns 



Linda Jonas - Flute 
Jon Peterson - Oboe 
John Russo - Clarinet Kendall Betts) 

Donald Williams, Daniel Sanbrotti - Percussion 

IV 

Polonaise fiir Militarmusik L. van Beethoven 

Marsch (Zapf enstreich) L. van Beethoven 



Curtis Wind Ensemble 



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Sunday afternoon, April 9, 1967 

CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

OPERA DEPARTMENT and ORCHESTRA 

present two one-act operas, in English 

"BASTIEN and BASTIENNA" 

by W. A. Mozart 

"GIANNI SCHICCHl" 

by Giacomo Puccini 

Martial Singher, director Elizabeth Westmoreland, musical director 

Martha Massena, pianist accompanist 

The Curtis Institute Orchestra conducted by WilUam Smith 

Costumes for "Gianni Schicchi" by Moore College of Art — Fashion 

Design Seniors, Albert Gordon director 



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BASTIEN AND BASTIENNA 

cast of characters: 

Bastienna, a shepherdess ; Pamela Boodley 

Bastien, her sweetheart Rojla.v Osadchuk 

Colas, a so-called magician Ronald Nadeau 

Bastien and Bastienna was written and produced for the first time in 1768 when 
Mozart was onlv twelve years old. A typical 18th century play, based on the naive 
and touching Devin du village by Jean Jacques Rousseau, it received its first per- 
formance in the garden-theater of Dr. Messmer, the famous Viennese physician 
and a close friend of the Mozart family. Listening to this music one can under- 
stand whv Mozart's father referred to the genius of his young son as an 
"incomprehensible miracle." 

INTERMISSION— 10 Minutes 



GIANNI SCHICCHI 



Cast of Characters 



Gianni Schicchi Edward Crafts 

Lauretta, his daughter Hele> Gilliam 

the relatives of Buoso Donati: 

Zita, the old woman, a cousin Katheri>e Stone 

Rinuccio. her nephew Patrick Calleo 

Gherardo. Buoso's nephew Glt Rothflss 

Nella, his wife Pamela Boodley 

Gherardino. their son Michael Meranze* 

Betto, a cousin John Cochran 

Simone. a cousin Ronald Nadeau 

Marco, his son Evans Clough 

La Ciesca, Marco's wife Julla Kemp 

Master Spinelloccio, physician : WiLUAM Cochran 

Amantio di Nicolao, notary Donald Barnlt** 

Pinelhno, shoemaker David Spicer* 

Guccio, dyer John Light* 

* Guest Performers 

The action takes place in 1299 in the bedchamber of the deceased Buoso Donati, 
in Florence. It is inspired by some lines in Dante's "Divina Comedia." 




Greetings from the Civic Center 

This spring the Civic Center showcases some of the world's greatest talent as well 
as our own local artists, craftsmen and opera groups. This varied program is indi- 
cative of the Center's aim in serving the cultural progress of the tri-state Greater 
Philadelphia area. The Museum of the Civic Center sponsors major regional shows 
as well as international events, while our new facilities will host national conventions 
and trade shows. The forthcoming Philadelphia Arts Festival, and the new exhibi- 
tions planned this fall, bring to a high plateau our fourteen-year development program. 

Harry Ferleger 
Executive Director 

FUTURE PERFORMANCES IN THE OPERA SHOWCASE 
Bernard I. Burt, coordinator Jay Kogan, technical director 

3. RITTENHOUSE OPERA SOCIETY Sun., April 16, 3 p.m. 

"II Campanello" by Donizetti, in EngUsh 

4. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY OPERA WORKSHOP 

AND ORCHESTRA Sun., April 23, 3 p.m. 

"La Serva Padrona" by Pergolesi; "La Navarraise" by Massenet 

5. UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA 

CHORAL SOCIETY & ORCHESTRA Thurs., April 27, 8 p.m. 

"Idomeneo" by Mozart, in Enghsh (concert version) 

6. ACADEMY OF VOCAL ARTS Sat., May 6, 8 p.m. 

"Don Pasquale" by Donizetti, in English 

7. LITTLE LYRIC OPERA CO Sat., May 13, 8 p.m. 

"La Traviata" by Verdi, in Itahan 

Tickets for each performance can be requested, free of charge, by sending a stamped 
reply envelope to "Opera Showcase," Museum of the Civic Center. Phila. 19104. 

EXHIBITION SCHEDULE 

CRAFTSMEN '67 Now through May 7 

AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMM to AprU 28 

PHILADELPHIA ART TEACHERS ASS'N May 21— June II 

THE YOUNG IN ART May 21— June 11 

ASS'N. OF DELAWARE VALLEY ART 

CENTERS— ADVAC SHOWCASE June 23— July 23 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
ELIOT CHAPO, Violin 

STUDQIT RECITAL by 

MIKIKO USUI, Piano 

ROBERT MARCUS, Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, April 10, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PR0(21AM 

I 

Symphonie concertante. Opus 125. . . .Serge Prokofiev 
Andante 
Allegro giusto 
Andante con mo to 

ROBERT MARCUS 

II 

Sonata in A major (K23) 

Sonata in A major (K24.) Domenico Scarlatti 

Variations brillantes. Opus 12 . . . .Frederic Chopin 

MIKIKO USUI 

III 

Sonata No. 7 in C minor , L. van Beethoven 

Opus 30, No. 2 
Allegro con brio 
Adagio cantabile 
Scherzo: Allegro 
Finale: Allegro 

Caprice Eugene Ysaye 

d'apres 1' etude en forme de valse 
Opus 52, No. 6 by Saint-Saens 

ELIOT CHAPO 

Miss Usui: Student of Mr. Horszouski 
Mr. Marcus: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Chape: Student of Mr. ZirabaU.st 



THE CDRTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

STUDENT RECITAi. by 

BETTE BUHKL 
FIUNCES COHEN 
KAREN KRiSEL 
ShRU DE LI SMITH 

Harp students of Miss Costello 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 12, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Two Danses Claude Debussy 

1. Sacree 2. Profane 

BETTE BURKE 
String Ensemble 

II 

Sonata in C minor Jan Dussek 

Impromptu, Opus 56 , » .Gabriel Faure 

KAREN KRISEL 

III 

Five Preludes intimes Carlos Salzedo 

Tendrement emu 
Reveusement 
Profondement quiet 
Tres recueilli 
En procession 

SHRU DE LI SMITH 

IV 

Sonata. Paul Hindemith 

Massig schnell 
Lebhaft 
Lied: Sehr langsam 

Trio •• Jacques Ibert 

FRANCES COHEN 
Richard Luby, Violin David Kadarauch, Violoncello 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Cvirtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
JOHN RUSSO, Clarinet 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
JOHN D. KELLY, Trombone 

Thursday Afternoon, April 13, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Der Hirt a\if dem F elsen. . . t t t i , Franz Schubert 
(The Shepherd on the Rock) 

Julia Kemp, Soprano 
John Russo, Clarinet obbligato Williaai Horn, Piano 

Sonatina No. U * i . , , , i * J4hn Russo 

Theme and Variation: With spirit 
Slow: 
March: Rather fast 

JOHN RUSSO 
William Horn, Piano 

Trio * Aram Khaohaturian 

Andante con dolore 
Allegro 
Moderato 

JOHN RUSSO 
Richard Luby, Violin William Horn, Piano 

II 

Divertimento, Opus 31 Boris Blacher 

for trumpet, trombone and piano 
Allegro Moderato 

Andantino Andante 

Presto Presto 

JOHN KELLY 
Howard Hagge, Trumpet Kyung Sook Lee, Piano 

Concertine for Trombone Lars-Erik Larsson 

Opus U5, No. 7 

Praeludiim: Allegro pomposo 
Aria: Andante sostenuto 
Finale: Allegro giocoso 

JOHN KELLY 

Mr. Russo: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 
Mr. Kelly: Student of Mr. Henry Charles Smith 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF .MUSIC 
Curt.-.s Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION REGITAI. bv 
RICHARJ A. SGF.ECICER, Doublebass 

STUDMT RECITAL by 
PATRICIA VALLEY, Flute 

Friday Afternoon, April U, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

3 Pieces for Bass and Piano Joseph Riccardi 

1. Andante 

2. Andantino 

3. Allegro giusto 

RICHARD SCHLECKER 
Kyiing Sook Lee, Piano 

II 

S tenata for Fluto and Piano . — . — • — • — • — • — . K f C. Banna tt 

rATRICIA VALLEY 

III 

Concerto for Doublebass . Jan Vanhal 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio 
Allegro moderate 

RICHARD SCHLECKm 
Kyung Sook Lee, Piano 

IV 

Sonata for Flute and Harp Jean-Michel Damase 

Allegro vivo 
Adagio-Presto 

PATRICIA VALLEY 
Frances Cohen, Harp 

Quartet in D major, K285 W. A. Mozart 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Rondo 

PATRICIA VALLEY 

Eliot Chapo, Violin Susan Winterbottom, Viola 

David Kadarauch, Violoncello 

Miss Valley: Student of Mr. Kincaid 

and Mr. Krell 
Mr. Schlecker: Student of Mr. Scott 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSI 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

BRASS AND CHAMBER ORCHESTRA QJSMBLES 
under the direction of 
Mr. Henry Charles Smith 
Mr. William Smith 

Monday Afternoon, April 17, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Es ist ein Ros ' entsprungen Johannes Brahms 

Optis 122, No. 8 (1896) 

Organ Chorale Prelude 

Transcribed by Henry Charles Smith 

(Chorale melody from Speiersches Gesang-Buch, 1599) 

Fanfares liturgiques Henri Tomasi 

Annonciation Apocalypse (Scherzo) 

Evangile Procession du Vendredi-Saint 

Kendall Betts ) 

Alice Kennedy ) French 



Howard R. Hagge) 
Lanny R. Doster) 
Richard Cooper )Trumpet3 
Roger Blackburn) 

John D. Kelly ) 

Francis Ryan ) Trombones 

Mark Steinruck) 



James Alligood) 
Robert Koester) 



Samuel Gindin ) Horn 
George Stimpson) 

Anthony Patota ) 
Daniel Sanbrotti) Percus- 
Mark Sunkett ) sion 
Donald Williams ) 



Tubas 



Directed by Mr. Henry Charles Smith 
II 



Histoire du Soldat (1918). 


Igor Stravinsky 


1. Marching Tune 


5, The Devil's Dance 


2. Royal March 


6. Great Chorale 


3. The Little Concert 


7. Trivmiphal March 


4.. Three Dances 


of the Devil 


a. Tango 




b. Waltz 




c. Rag- time 





Richard Luby, Violin Bonnie Pridonoff, Bassoon 
Randolph Ujcich, Doublebass Howard Hagge, Trumpet 
Joseph Smith, Clarinet John Kelly, Trombone 

Donald Williams, Battery 



Directed by Mr. William Smith 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECIPAL by 

JANET PERRY, Soprano 
NICOLAS CHUMACHENCO, Violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 19, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Tornami a vagheggiar G. F. Handel 

sleep, why dost thou leave me? G. F. Handel 

Liebe schwarmt auf alien Wegen) 

Suleikas Zweiter Gesang ) . . Franz Schubert 
Die Vogel j 

Die Manner sind mechant ) 

Caro nome from Rigoletto G. Verdi 

Chansons de Ronsard D. Milhaud 

A une fontaine Tais-toi, babilliardJ 
A Cupidon Dieu vous garde 

JANET PERRY 

II 

Sonata "Devil's Trill" G. Tartini 

Sonata for unaccompanied violin E. Ysaye 

Opus 27, No. 5 

1 Palpiti Paganini-Kreisler 

NICOLAS CHUMACHENCO 

Miss Perry: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Chumachenco: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
CHARLES GRIFFIN, Viola 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
JOHN TUTTLE, Organ 

Friday Afternoon, April 21, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trauermusik Paul Hindemith 

CHARLES GRIFFIN 
James Bigham, Organ 

II 

Scherzo, Opus 2 Maurice Durufle 

Kyrie (5 voice) J- S. Bach 

JOHN TUTTLE 

III 

Concerto for viola and orchestra. . . .G. P. Telemann 
Largo 
Allegro 
Andante 
Presto 

CHARLES GRIFFIN 
James Bigham, piano 

Mr. Tuttle: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Griffin: Student of Mr. de Pasquale 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
ARNOLD CSTLUND, Organ 

STUDENT RECITA.. by 
DIEDRE IRONS, Piano 

Monday Afternoon, April 2U, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata, Opus 8, No. 2 Kenneth Dannatt 

Le tombeau de Couperin Maurice Ravel 

1. Prelude 

2. Fugue 

3. Forlane 
U' Rigaudon 

5. Menuet 

6. Toccata 

DIEDRE IRONS 

II 

Prelude and Fugue in D Major J, S, Bach 

Phantasie und Fuge uber den choral: Ad nos ad 

salutarem undam, . , « • . .Franz Liszt 

ARNOLD OSTLUND 

Miss Irons: Student of Mr. Serkin 

and Mr. Horszcwski 
Mr. Ostlund: Student of Dr. McGurdy 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Cxirtis Hall, Fsrty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
DAVID BROWIJ, Piano 

STUDQJT RECITAL by 
ROMAN P. OSADCHUK, Tenor 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 25, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Senate (1926) Bela Bartok 

DAVID movw 

II 

Sonani Dei, from Radamisto G. F. Handel 

Non posso disperar S. DeLuca 

Das Fischermadchen »Franz Schubert 

When night descends in silence*. . . .S. flachmaninoff 
0, cease thy singing maiden fair*. . .S. Rachmaninoff 
Roy Ma Ian, violin obbligato 

Una furtiva lagrima G. Donizetti 

from L'elisir d'amore 

ROMAN OSADCHUK 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Sonata in A major. Opus 101 L. van Beethoven 

Etwas lebhaft, und mit der innigsten Empfindung 
Lebhaft, marschmssig 
Langsam und sehnsuchtsvoll 
Geschwind, doch nicht zu sehr und mit 
entschlossenheit 

Frederic Chopin 



No. 


1 in C major 


No. 


9 in F minor 


No. 


10 in Ab major 


No. 


U in C# minor 




DAVID BRO'a'N 



Mr. Brown: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mr. Horszowski 
Mr. Osadchijk: Student of Mme. Gregory 

*Sung in Riissian 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
JAMES ALLIGOOD, Tuba 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
SAMUEL GINDIN, Horn 
FRANCIS RYAN, Trombone 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 26, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 5 Johann Ernst Galllard 

Adagio 

Allegro e spiritoao 
Alia siciliana 
Allegro assai 

JAMES ALLIGOOD 
Kyung Sook Lee, piano 

II 

Concert Piece, Opus 88 ..... . Alexandre Guilmant 

FRANCIS RYAN 
Patricia Michaelian, piano 

III 

Suite for Horn, Tuba and Piano Alec Wilder 

Energetic 
Elegy 
Relaxed 
Berceuse 
Finale 

JAMES ALLIGOOD SAMUEL GINDIN 

Kyung Sook Lee, piano 

Mr. Alligood and Mr. Ryan: Students of Mr. Henry Smith 
Mr. Gindin: Student of Mr. Jones 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
PATRICK CALLED, Tenor 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

NANCY WERTSCH-DOLPH, Soprano 

WILLIAM COCHRAN, Tenor 

Mme, Martha Massena at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, April 28, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Quando le sere al placido, .,,... Giuseppe Verdi 
from Luisa Miller 

Die schone Mullerin Frans Schubert 

1. Das Wandern 11. Meini^_ 

2. Wohin? lU. Der Jager 

3. Halt.' 15. Eifersucht und Stolz 

4. Danksagung an den Bach 16. Die llebe Farbe 

5. Am Feierabend 17. Die bose Farbe 

6. Der Neugierige 18, Trockne Blumen 

PATRICK CALLED 

II 

Vocal Duets Robert Schumann 

Unter'm Fenster 
In der Nacht 
Er und Sie 
Liebhabers Standchen 

NANCY WERTSCH-DOLPH and WILLIAM COCHRAN 

III 

Asie Maurice Ravel 

from Sheherazade 

Lenski's aria P. I. Tchaikovsky 

from Eugene Dnegin 

PATRICK CALLED 

Mr. Calleo, Miss Dclph, Mr. Cochran: 
Students of Mr. Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty- third Season 1966-67 
GRADUATICN RECITALS by 
yUMI NINCMIYA and RICHARD LUBY 

Students of Mr. Calami an and Mr. Makanowitzky 

Tuesday Afternoon, May 2, 1967 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite italienne Igor Stravinsky 

for Violin and Piano 

Introduzione 
Serena ta 
Tarantella 

Gavotta con due variazioni 
Scherzino 

Minuetto e finale molto vivace 

Sonata, Opus ^7 Ludwig van Beethoven 

(Kreutzer Sonata) 

Adagio sostenuto 
Presto 

Andante con variazioni 
Finale: Presto 

YUMI NINOMIYA 
Mikiko Usui, Piano 

II 

Concerto (1938) Alban Berg 

Introduction: Andante - Allegretto scherzando 
Allegro 

RICHARD LUBY 
Dr. Vladimir Sckoloff , Piano 



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Thirty-fourth Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



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Saturday, May sixth 

Nineteen Hundred and sixty-seven 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 

ORGAN PRELUDES 

Wer nur den lieben Gott lasst walten i 
(Orgelbuchlein I ' 

JOHANN SEBASTUN BaCH 

Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend' ! t 
(Orgelbuchlein) ' 

Kyrie, Gott, Heiliger Geist Johann Sebastian Bach 

(Clavier iibung, Part III) 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 

Processional Andre Campra 

John Tuttle 

ADDRESS 
Donald Barnhouse 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

President, Mary Curtis Zimb.alist 
Director, Efrem Zimbalist 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 

The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



DIPLOMAS 



Voice 
Patrick L. Calleo, Jr. 



Piano 



Kyung Sook Lee 



DuKju Kim 



Violin 
Sergiu Luca (in absentia) 
Eliot Chapo 
Nicolas Chumachenco (in absentia) 



Keiko Wada 
Ryoko Kakei 

YUMI NiNOMIYA 



Violoncello 
David Wallace Cole 



Viola 
Donald R. Clauser fin absentia) 



Charles Ellis Griffin 



Organ 
William Dell Braun 

Oboe 
Jon W. Peterson 

Double Bass 
Richard Alan Schlecker (in absentia) 

Tuba 
James Paul Alligood 



Dale W. Gold 






DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Piano 
David Auldon Brown 

Organ 
Arnold Edwin Ostlund, Jr. 

Voice 
Janet Louise Perry Nancy Wertsch Dolph 

Violin 
Richard Luby (in absentia) 

Flute 
Linda Ir,i:NK Jonas 

Clarinet 
John Peter Russo Joseph Albert Smith 

Bassoon 
Bonnie Pridonoff Frank Timothy Heintz 

Trumpet 
Howard Richard Hagge, Jr. 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole. B.M. 



Assistant Marshals 
Roger Blackburn John Cochr.an 

Mark Childs Francis Ryan 



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L'Enfance du Christ 

A Sacred Trilogy 

by 

Hector Berlioz 

(E:xcerpts) 

Prologue (J^arralorJ 

Aria of Herod (Jleiod) 

Herod and the Soothsayers (yierod. Polydotus and Male Chorus) 
Interlude for Tvc-o Flutes and Harp 

The Manger at Bethlehem (iMary, Joseph) 

Closing Scene ('2iary, Joseph, J}nnsible Angels) 

■7[\ary Carla Wilkins yiewd Ed Crafts 

Joseph Evans Clough Volydorus Donald Barnum 

A T^anator . .Guy Rothfuss 

Patricia Valley, Deborah Carter — Tlules 
Frances Cohen — Varp 

The Curtis Orche'^tra and chorus — William Smith, Coikiuclor 




CAROls By entiRe school 



Ade^e lideles 



O come, all ye faithful, joyful and 

triumphant, 
O come ye, O come ye, to Bethlehem; 
Come and behold Him, born the King 

of angels. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Him, 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 



Yea, Lord, we greet Thee, bom this 

happy morning, 
Jesus, to Thee be all glory giv'n; 
Word of the Father, now in flesh 

appearing. 

O come, let us adore Him, O come, let us 

adore Flim; 
O come, let us adore Him, Christ, the 

Lord. 



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Silent j^ight 



Silent night ! Holy night ! 

All is calm, all is bright, 

Round yon Virgin Mother and Child ! 

Holy Infant, so tender and mild, 

Sleep in heavenK" peace. 

Sleep in heavenly peace. 



Silent night! Holy nighr! 
Shepherds quake at the sight, 
Glories stream from heaven afar, 
Heav'nly hosts sing Alleluia, 
Christ the Saviour is bom. 
Christ the Saviour is bom. 



Silent night I Holy night ! 
Son of God, love's pure light. 
Radiant beams from Thy holy face, 
With the dawn of redeeming grace, 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 
Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth. 



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The first Nowell the angel did say, 
Was to certain poor shepherds, in fields 

as they lay, 
In fields where they lay keeping their 

sheep. 
On a cold winter's night that was so 
deep. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, 
Born is the King of Israel. 



They looked up and saw a star 
Shining in the East beyond 

them far, 
And to the earth it gave great 

light. 
And so it continued both day 
and night. 

Nowell, Nowell, Nowell, Nowell 
Bom is the King of Israel. 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 19S'8-69 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

Mark Stephenson Double-Bass 

Loran D. Stephenson, Jr. Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

Thvirsday Afternoon, January 25, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in G minor Henry Eccles 

Chanson triste , Serge Koussevitsky 

Valse miniature Serge Koussevitsky 

Mark Stephenson 

II 

Elegy, Opus 2U Gabriel Faure 

Concerto in D minor Edouard Lalo 

Lento. Allegro maestoso 

Intermezzo: Adantino con brio 
Andante: Allegro vivace 

Loran D. Stephenson, Jr. 

Mr. Mark Stephenson: Student of Mr. Scott 
Mr. Loran Stephenson: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

Chamber Music Students 
of Mr. Brod sky- 
Friday Afternoon, January 26, 1968 at $:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 
Serenade, Opus 10 Ernst Dohnanyl 

Allegro 
Romanza: Adagio non troppo.. quasi andante 
Scherzo: Vivace 
Tema con variazioni: Andante con moto 
Rondo: Allegro vivace 

Young Uck Kim Violin 

Susan Winterbottom Viola 
George Harpham Violoncello 

II 

Trio in C major, Opus 87 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 

Thema mit Variationen: Andante con moto 
Scherzo: Presto 
Finale: Allegro giocoso 

Young Uck Kim Violin 

George Harpham Violoncello 

-Grarg -Sheppard- Piano 
Claudia Hoca 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 1" MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

STUDENT RECITAL 

Paul Windt - Violin 
Rebecca Seiver - Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, February 12, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Adagio in E major (K261) W. A. Mozart 

Rondo in C major (K373) W. A. Mozart 

Variations on a theme by Corelli Tartini-Kreisler 

Impromptu, Opus 16, No. 2 Tor Aulin 

Paul Windt 

II 

Concerto in D major, Opus 101 Franz Joseph Haydn 

(Cadenza by Feuermann) 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Rebecca Seiver 

III 

Recitative and Scherzo-Caprice, Opus 6 Fritz Kreisler 

(For Violin alone) 

Noctiirne in C# minor, Op. post Chopin-Mi Is tein 

Third movement from Sonata No. 1 in D minor, Opus 75 

Camille Saint-Sa'ens 
Allegro molto 

Paul Windt 

Mr. Windt: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Miss Seiver: Student of Mr. Cole 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Forty-foxirth Season 1968-69 

THE OPERA DEPARTMENT 

PRESENTS 

SCENES FROM OPERAS 

in Room II J 

An open class of the Opera "Workshop 

Wednesday evening, February U, 1968 at 7:30PM 

I. Carmen Georges Bizet 

Scene from Act I 

Carmen Carla Wilkins 

Don Jose Guy Rothfuss 

Zuniga Edward Crafts 

Synopsis: In the city of Sevilla, Carmen, a worker at the 
cigarette factory, is detained by the guards after a fight with 
several other women. Left in the custody of Corporal Don Jose, 
she manages to win his complicity and to escape. 

Scene from Act II 

Carmen Carla Wilkins 

Don Jose William Cochran 

Synopsis: Don Jose, who had been arrested after the flight of 
Carmen, comes out of jail two months later and keeps the date 
she had promised him. He meets Carmen in a deserted tavern 
where she teases him, dances for him, and turns against him in 
fury when he tries to go back to his barracks. Jose reacts 
violently to her insults, then he makes a confession of his 
total dedication to her. Casting a spell over him, Carmen 
induces him to run away with her to freedom. After being 
ready to surrender, Jose revolts again and is given his leave 
by a scornful Carmen. 

Scene from Act IV 

Carmen Carla Wilkins 

Don Jose Roman Osadchuck 

Synopsis: Having deserted the army, having been rejected by 
Carmen, Don Jose seeks her at the entrance of the arena where 
her new lover, Escamillo is the star of the bullfights. He 
tries to regain her love, but in vain. 

INTERMISSION 



II. Samson et Dalila Ccc:nille Saint-Saens 

Act II 

Dalila Norma Hirsh 

High Priest of Dagon. . Evans Clough 
Samson William Cochran 

Place: Gaza, Palestine Time: 1136 B.C. 

Synopsis: Samson, the leader of the Israelites, has revolted 
against the Philistines and taken possession of the city of 
Gaza. Dalila, although a Philistine, has become his mistress. 
In the present scene, Dalila in the garden of her country 
house awaiting Samson's visit, sings an invocation to the god 
of Love to give her the strength to punish the man she pretends 
to love. The High Priest of the Philistines comes to Dalila 
and, reminding her of the ordeal of her brethren, tries by 
several arguments to rally her to their camp only to hear from 
Dalila that her love for Samson is false and that she will 
trap him by her wiles and bring about his downfall. The two 
Philistines sing a resounding duet of hatred and revenge. The 
night darkens and a distant thunderstorm rumbles. Samson 
enters torn between his love for Dalila and his faith. He 
feels in the thunder the angry voice of his god. Dalila, in 
the long ensuing scene fights with the god of Israel for the 
possession of Samson, and tried to make the hero confess the 
secret of his strength. If Samson enters the house of Dalila, 
he will confess and find his doom. 

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At the piano: Martha Massena 
Stage Director: Martial Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 196d-69 

Oboe Students of Mr. John de Lancie 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
Richard Woodhams - Oboe 

Friday Afternoon, February 16, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in G major Antonio Vivaldi 

for oboe, bassoon and strings 

Andante Largo Allegro 

Daniel Heifetz) • -.s ^ Richard "Woodhams - oboe 

T T . , f violins 
Jenny Lind ) 

Charles Holdeman - bassoon 

Toby Appel - viola 

Marcia Peck - violoncello Diedre Irons - cembalo 

Mchael Morgan - contrabass 

II 

Sonata (i960) Francis Poulenc 

Elegy Scherzo Deploration 

RICHARD VOODHAMS 
Diedre Irons, piano 

III 

Adagio Gustave Vogt 

Richard Woodhams - David Weber, oboes 
Martin Woltman - english horn 

IV 

Serenade Cor de Groot 

Allegro non troppo 
Andante con fantasia 
Allegretto 
Presto 

RICHARD WOODHAMS 
Charles Holdeman, bassoon 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fo\irth Season 1968-69 

STUDENT RECITAL 

PATRICIA MICHAELIAN - piano 

JAMES T. JOHNSCH - bass-baritone 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 21, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

3 Arias from "La Damnation de Faust" Hector Berlioz 

JAMES T. JOHNSON 

II 

Valses nobles et sentimentales Maurice Ravel 

Modere - tres franc 
Assez lent 
Modere 

Assez anime 
Vif 

Moins vif 

Epilogue: Lent 

Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 Franz Liszt 

C# minor 

PATRICIA MICHAELIAN 

III 

5 Songs for a low voice, Opus 9^ Johannes Brahms 

Mit vierzig Jahren 

Steig' auf , geliebter Schatten 

Mein Herz ist schwer 

Sapphische Ode 

Kein Haus, keine Heimath 

Testament Henri Duparc 

Le Manoir de Rosamonde 
Phidyle 

JAMES T. JOHNSON 

Miss Michaelian: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Johnson : Student of Mr. Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
MARCIA PECK - violoncello 

STUDENT RECITAL 
JULIA KEMP - soprano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, February 23, 1968 at 5j15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Ich folge dir gleichfalls J. S. Bach 

from the Saint John Passion 

Vendla Koljonen, flute obbligato 

Morgen Richard Strauss 

Roy Ma Ian, violin obbligato 

Meinem Kinde Richard Strauss 

Standchen Richard Strauss 

Zigeunermelodien Antonin Dvorak 

1. Mein Lied ertont 3. Rings ist der Wald 

2. Ei, wie mein Triangel U- Als die alte Mutter 

5. Darf des Falken schwinge 

Ernani, involami Giuseppe Verdi 

recitative and cavatina from Ernani 

JULIA KEMP 

II 

Toccata Frescobaldi-Cassado 

(Orchestrated by William Smith) 

Concerto in A minor. Opus 129. Robert Schumann 

Nicht zu schnell 
Langsson 

Sehr lebhaft 

MARCIA PECK 

Curtis Orchestra directed by Mr. Smith 

Miss Peck: Student of Mr. Cole 

Miss Kemp: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

STUDENT RECITAL 

JOHN TUTTLE - organ 
GEORGE HARPHAM - violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 27, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Kommst du nun, Jesu, von Himmel herunter J. S. Bach 

(from Schiibler chorale preludes, 1747) 

Schmucke dich, liebe Seele J. Brahms 

(from Chorale-preludes, Opus 122, 1897) 

Suite pour orgue. Opus 5 (1934.) Maurice Dvunrfle 

Prelude 
Sicilienne 
Toccata 

JOHN TUTTLE 

II 

Concerto in B minor. Opus 61 Edward Elgar 

Allegro 
Andante 

Allegro molto 

GEORGE HARPHAM 

Mr. Tuttle: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Harpham: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Cvirtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
KATHERINE STONE - mezzo-soprano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

CHAMBER MUSIC STUDENTS OF MR. BRODSKY 

Thiirsday Afternoon, February 29, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Dido's Lament Henry Purcell 

from Dido and Aeneas 

Sieben Lieder aus letzter "eit Gustav Mahler 

1. Ich atmet' einen linden Duft 

2. Liebst du um Schonheit 

3. Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder 

4. Ich bin der Welt abhenden gekommen 

KATHERINE STONE 
II 

Trio in A minor, Opus ll/(t Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Andante grazioso 
Allegro 

"WELDON BERRY - clarinet 
MARCIA PECK - violoncello 
DIEDRE IRONS - piano 
III 

Siete Canciones Populares Espanolas Manuel de Falla 

El Pano moruno 

Seguidilla murciana 

Asturiana 

Jota 

Nana 

Cancion 

Polo 

Air de la lettre Jules Massenet 

from Werther 

KATHERINE STONE 

Miss Stone: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-f oiirth Season 1968-69 

STUDENT RECITAL 

CRAIG SHEPPARD - piano 
MICHAEL KORN - organ 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 6, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROCxRAM 

I 

Toccata in F major, BWV 5-^0 J. S. Bach 

Concerto in G minor Francis Poulenc 

(Piano reduction from orchestral score by Michael Stairs) 

Michael Stairs, piano 

MICHAEL KORN 

II 

Sonata in G minor. Opus 22 Robert Schumann 

So rasch wie moglich 
Andantino 

Scherzo: Sehr rasch und markirt 
Rondo: Presto 

Sonata, Opus 26 Samuel Barber 

Allegro energico 

Allegro vivace e leggero 
Adagio mesto 

Fuga: Allegro con spirito 

CRAIG SHEPPARD 

Mr. Sheppard: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Korn: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Cvirtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

C21ADUATI0N RECITAL 
JOHN D. KELLY - trombone 

Students in Brass Ensemble of Mr. Jones 

Thursday Afternoon, March 7, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Fantaisie Sigismond Stojowaki 

JOHN D. KELLY 
Mark Steinruck, piano 

Concerto No. 3 Alan Hovhaness 

Diran Canzona Aria Gloria 

JOHN D. KELLY 
Lance Elbeck) . , . George Harpham- violoncello 

Jenny Lind )" Randolph Ujcich- contrabass 

Susan "VBLnterbottom -viola 

II 

Contrapunctus No. 1 J. S. Bach 

from Art of the Fugue 

Quintet, Opus 5 Victor Ewald 

Moderate Adagio-Allegro vivace-Adagio Allegro moderate 

Lanny R. Doster- trumpet Alice L. Kennedy- french horn 
Richard Cooper - trumpet John D. Kelly - trombone 

T. Parson Bryson - Tuba 

III 

Sviite No. 1 J. S. Bach 

CoTirsuite Sarabande Minuetto Gigue 

JOHN D. KELLY 

Serenade No. 6, Opus 44 Vincent Persichetti 

1. Prologue 4- Intermezzo 

2. Barcarole 5. Song 

3. Dialogue 6. Dance 

JOHN D. KELLY 
Susan Winterbottom- viola George Harpham- violoncello 

IV 
Chorale Eugene Bozza 

Suite "From the Monteregian Hills" Morley Calvert 

1. Marche 3. Valse ridicule 

2. Chanson melancolique 4. Danse villageoise 

Lanny R. Doster- trumpet John D. Kelly- trombone 

Richard Cooper - trumpet Allice L. Kennedy- french horn 

T. Parson Bryson - tuba 

Mr. Kelly: Student of Mr. Stewart 









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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATICN RECITAL 
RICHARD COOPHl - trumpet 
LANNY R. DOSTER- trumpet 

STUDENT RECITAL 
ROGER BLACKBURN - trumpet 
Trumpet Students of Mr. Krauss 
Friday Afternoon, March 8, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in D Georg Philipp Telemann 

Adagio Allegro Grave Allegro 

RICHARD COOPER 

Lan*e Elbeck) . ,. Randolph Uicich - contrabass 

, T- J \- violins »/ 1 ol • 1 

Jenny Lmd ) Mark Stemruck - piano 

II 

Sonata for trumpet and strings Alessandro Stradella 

Allegro Allegro 

Andante - Aria Allegretto - Aria 



LANNY R. DOSTER 



Lance Elbeck 
Valerie Bobbett 
Paul Windt 
Jenny Lind 

Gary Logsdon 
Pat Snowdon 



Robert Marcus) ^^loncellos 

- violins ^^^^ Fmckel) 
Randolph Ujcich - contrabass 

Diedre Irons - piano 

- violas 

Conducted by William Smith 

III 

Septuor for piano, strings and trumpet. . . Camille Saint-Saens 

Preambule Menuet Intermede Gavotte et final 

ROGER BLACKBURN 

Lance Elbeck) . ,. Randolph Ujcich - contrabass 
T T • J N~ vaoims " 

Jenny Lmd ) ^raig Sheppard - piano 
Pat Snowdon - viola 

Conducted by William Smith 

IV 

Concerto in C for two tnampets and piano A. Vivaldi 

Allegro Largo Allegro moderato 

RICHARD COOPER 
LANNY R. DOSTER 

Mark Steinruck - piano 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

HELEU CAROL KREWSON - soprano 
BETTE BURKE - harp 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Monday Afternoon, March 11, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Tiger.' wetze nur die Klauen W. A. Mozart 

from Zaide 



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Zigeunermelodien, . Antonin Dvorak 

Rings ist der Wald 
Als die alte Mutter 

Darf des Falken schwinge 

HELEN CAROL KRFJSON 

II 
The Harmonious Blacksmith G. F. Handel 

Sonata in C minor G. B. Pescetti 

Allegro vigoroso 

Andantino espressivo 
Presto 

BETTE BURKE 

III 

Les nuits d'ete Hector Berlioz 

Le spectre de la rose 
L' absence 

L'ile inconnue 

Depuis le jour Gustave Charpentier 

from Louise 

HELM CAROL KREWSON 

IV 

Introduction et Allegro Maurice Ravel 

Valerie Bobbett) . ,. Loren Stephenson - violoncello 
Laurie Mostovoy) Deborah Carter - flute 

Toby Appel - viola David Singer - clarinet 

BETTE BURKE 

Miss Krewson: Student of Mr. Singher 
-Miss Burke: Student of Miss Costello 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
JOHN WALTER COCHRAN - baritone 

STUDENT RECITAL 

MARK C. STEINRUCK - trombone 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 13, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Pieta signore A. Stradella 

Se vuol ballare W. A. Mozart 

Fruhlingsglaube Franz Schubert 

Geheimes Franz Schubert 

Auf enthalt Franz Schubert 

OJ du mein holder Abendstem Richard "Wagner 

JOHN WALTER COCHRAN* 

II 

Sonata No. 1 in B flat major Antonio Vivaldi 

Solo de concours Croce-Spinelli 

Aria et polonaise Joseph Jongen 

MARK C. STEINRUCK 

III 

Lydia Gabriel Faure 

Tristesse Gabriel Faure 

Le manoir de Rosemonde . Henri Duparc 

Scintille, diamant Jacques Offenbach 

JOHN WALTER COCHRAN 

Mr. Cochran: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Steinruck: Student of Mr. Stewart 

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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

C3UDUATI0N RECITAL 
DAVID KADARAUCH - violoncello 
ROY MALAN - violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Thursday Afternoon, March H, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

7 variations on the duet Ludwig van Beethoven 

"Bei Mannern welche Liebe fiihlen" from Mozart's "The Magic Flute" 

Suite No. 5 in C minor J. S. Bach 

for cello alone 

Prelude Sarabande 

Allemande Gavottes I and II 

Courante Gigue 

Introduction and Polonaise brillante, Chopin-Feuennann 
Opus 3 

DAVID KADARAUCH 

II 

Concerto Frederick Delius 

With moderate tempo — Slower — Allegretto 

Tzigane Maurice Ravel 

ROY MALAN 

Mr. Kadarauch: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Malan: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
and Mr. Galamian 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

DIANNA ROSS - soprano 
RICHARD ALEXANDER - organ 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Friday Afternoon, March 15, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Revenez, Amours Jean Baptiste Lully 

from Thesee 

toi qui prolongeas mes jours C. W. Gluck 

from Iphigenie en Tauride 

Am Grabe Anselmos ) 

Rastlose Liebe ). Franz Schubert 

Liebe schwarmt auf alien VTegen) 

DIANNA ROSS 

II 

Dorian Toccata, EtWV538 J. S. Bach 

Le banquet celeste Olivier Messiaen 

Choral in E Cesar Franck 

RICHARD ALEXANDER 

III 

Nun eilt herbei Otto Nicolai 

from Die lustigen Weiber von Windsor 

The Poet's Echo Benjamine Britten 

Echo 

My Heart 

Angel 

The Nightingale and the Rose 

Epi gram 

Lines Written During a Sleepless Night 

DIANNA ROSS 

Miss Ross: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Alexander: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
CHARLES HOLDENLAN - bassoon 

STUDENT RECITAL 
GUY E. L. ROTHFUSS - tenor 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, March 16, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Ombra mai fu - from Xerxes ) 

Where - e'er you walk - from Semele)- G. F. Handel 

Sound an alarm ) 

recitative and aria from Judas Kaccabeaus 

GUY E. L. ROTHFUSS 

II 

Sonata No, 5 Joseph B. Boismortier 

Allemande Aria Adagio Gigue 

CHARLES HOLDEMAN 

Diedre Irons, harpsichord Randolph Ujcich, contrabass 

Three Inventions for solo bassoon (1962) George Perle 

CHARLES HOLDE^:AN 

III 

Der Spielmann ) 

Die Lotosblume) Robert Schumann 

Der Nussbaum ) 
V/idmung ) 

GUY E. L. ROTHFUSS 

IV 

Trio for piano, oboe, and bassoon Francis Poulenc 

Presto 
Andante 
Rondo 

CHARLES HOLDMAN 
Richard Woodhams, oboe Diedre Irons, piano 

Mr. Rothfuss: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Holdeman: Student of Mr. Schonbach 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

STUDENT RECITAL 

WILLIAM HORN - piano 

MI-YOl£iIG PARK - violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 20, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in Bb major. Op. posth. (D960) Franz Schubert 

Molto moderate 
Andante sostenuto 

Scherzo: Allegro vivace con delicatezza 
Allegro ma non troppo 

WILLIAM HORN 

II 

Concerto in E minor, Opus 6U Felix Mendelssohn 

Allegro, molto appassionato 
Andante 

Allegretto non troppo - allegro molto vivace 

MI- YOUNG PARK 

Mr. Horn: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Miss Park: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis hall, forty-fourth season 1968-69 
STUDENT RECITAL 

NORRA HIRSH-BARSKY - mezzo-soprano 
KIYOKO TAKEUTI - piano 

Dr, Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

ThiiTsday Afternoon, March 21, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

II mio bel foco Benedetto Marcello 

Auftrage __ ) 

Aus den hebraische Gesangen) Robert Schumann 

Widmung ) 

Gypsy Songs Johannes Brahms 

Roslein dreie 

Koramt dir manchmal 

Rothe Abendwolken zieh'n am Firmament 

Una voce poco fa Gioacchino Rossini 

from II Barbiere di Siviglia 

NORMA HIRSH-BARSKY 

II 

Sonata in F# major, Opus 78 Ludvdg van Beethoven 

Adagio cantabile - Allegro ma non troppo 
Allegro assai 

Impromptu in Gb major. Opus 90 No. 3 Franz Schubert 

Impromptu in Eb major. Opus 90 No. 2 Franz Schubert 

KIYOKO TAKEUTI 

III 

Trois psaumes Arthiir Honegger 

La maja dolorosa No. 1 Enrique Granados 

Richard Woodhams - english horn obbligato 

El vito Fernando J. Obradors 

NORMA HIRSH-BARSKY 

Miss Hirsh-Barsky: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Takeuti: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
and Mrs. Sokoloff 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

THE OPERA DEPARTMENT 
presents 

DON GIOVANNI 

An opera in two acts by 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART 

Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 

Friday and Tuesday, March 22 and 26, 1968 at 7:30 P.M. in IIJ 



Don Giovanni 
Leporello 
Donna Anna 
Don Ottavio 

Donna Elvira 
Masetto 
Zerlina 
Don Pedro 



March 22 

Evans C lough 
James Johnson 
Julia Kemp 
William Cochran 

Katherine Stone 
John Cochran 
Pamela Boodley 
Donald Bamum 



March 26 

Edward Crafts 
James Johnson 
Patricia Stasis 
Guy Rothfuss, 
Roman Osadchiik 
Dianna Ross 
John Cochran 
Helen Krewson 
Donald Bamum 



Chorus: Students of The Curtis Institute 



Stage Director 
At the piano 
Musical Preparation 



Martial Singher 
Martha Massena 
Elizabeth Westmoreland 



Sets by the Curtis Institute of Music and the Moore College of Art 
tinder the direction of Mrs. Betty Garretson and Mr. John Reid. 

Costumes by the Moore college of Art, under the direction of Mrs. 
Nancy McGee and Mrs. Margaret Prisco; and Van Horn Costumes. 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

PATRICIA HOLDEMAN - flute 
RANDOLPH UJCICH - contrabass 

Monday Afternoon, March 25, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROQIAM 

I 

JoueiiTS de flute. Opus 27 Albert Roussel 

Pan 
Tityre 
Krishna 

M. de la P'ejaudie 

PATRICIA HOLDEMAN 
Diedre Irons, piano 

II 

Prayer "From Jewish Life" No. 1 Emest Bloch 

Sonata No. 2 J. S. Bach 

Adagio Allegro 

Per Questa Bella Mano W. A. Mozart 

Edward Crafts, bass-baritone 
Randolph Ujcich, contrabass obbligato Diedre Irons, piano 

III 

Syrinx (1913) Claude Debussy 

for flute alone 

PATRICIA HOLDMAN 
IV 

Sonata for two violins, violoncello G. Rossini 

and contrabass 

RANDOLPH UJCICH 
Daniel Heif etz) . . , Marcia Peck, violoncello 

Laurie MostovoyJ 

V 

Trio Sonata in C minor Georg Philipp Telenann 

PATRICIA HOLDEMAN 
Richard Woodhams, oboe Diedre Irons, harpsichord 

Charles Holdeman, bassoon continue 

Mrs. Holdeman: Student of Mr. Kincaid 

and Mr. Krell 
Mr. Ujcich: Student of Mr. Scott 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

Students of Mr. Jones in Brass Ensemble 

Thursday Afternoon, March 28, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto for clarini and timpani Johann Altenburg 

Allegro Andante Vivace 

Richard Cooper ) 

Lanny Doster ) Kendall Betts) ^^^.^^g 

Roger Blackburn )• trumpets Alice Kennedy! 
Larry Weekes ) 
William Longcamp) Daniel Sanbrotti - timpani 

Concertstuck for four horns Heinrich Hiibler 

Allegro maestoso Adagio quasi andante Vivace 

Kendall Betts Samuel Gindin Alice Kennedy 
George Stimpson Milton Phibbs 

Suite for three trumpets Henri Tomasi 

Havanaise Lento egeen Danse bolivienne 

Roger Blackburn Larry Weekes William Longcamp 

Three pieces Eugene Bozza 

Allegro (omitted) Moderate Allegro vivo 

John Kelly- Francis Ryan- Mark Steinruck- Robert Koester 

trombones 
T. Parsons Bryson - tuba 

Ceremonial March Louis Calabro 

Roger Blackburn } trumpets Francis Ryan ) . ^^, ^^ 

William Longcamp) ^^^^ Steinruckf ^^^^^^^"^^ 

Anthony Patota Daniel Sanbrotti) 

Mark Sunkett Donald Williams )" Percussion 

Conducted by Mason Jones 

Concerto for brass instruments Louis Gesensway 

Allegro moderate Largo Allegro 

Richard Cooper ) Kendall Betts ) 

Lanny Doster ) Samuel Gindin ) 

Roger Blackburn )- trumpets Alice Kennedy )- horns 

Larry Weekes ) Milton Phibbs ) 

William Longcamp) George Stimpson) 

John Kelly ) Robert Koester - bass 

Francis Ryan )- trombones trombone 

Mark Steinruck) T. Parson Bryson - tuba 

Conducted by Mason Jones 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

CURTIS WIND mSMBLE UN DER MR. JOHN DE LANCIE 

Friday Afternoon, March 29, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Rondino in Eb Ludwig van Beethoven 

Richard Woodhams) ^^^^^ Charles Holdeman) bassoons 

David Weber ) John Gaudette ) 

Janet Gay Iclarinets Samuel Gindin ) ^^^^^ 

Robert Fitzpatrick) Kendall Betts ) 

II 

Youth Suite Leos Janacek 

Allegro - Andante sostenuto - V-ivace - Allegro animato 

Patricia Holdeman, flute Janet Gay, clarinet 
Richard Woodhams, oboe Charles Holdeman, bassoon 
Samuel Gindin, horn Weldon Berry, bass clarinet 

III 

Pastorale variee Gabriel Pieme 

Patricia Hoi eman, flute Janet Gay, clarinet 

Richard Woodhams, oboe Samuel Gindin, horn 
Charles Holdeman) , 

John Gaudette J °^^^°°^^ Roger Blackburn, trumpet 

IV 

Serenade, Opus 7 Richard Strauss 

The Curtis Wind Ensemble 
Conducted by John de Lancie 




The Museum of 
The Philadelphia Civic Center 

Fifth Annual 
PHILADELPHIA OPERA SHOWCASE 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

presents 

"DON GIOVANNI" 



FRIDAY, MARCH 29 — 8:30 P.M. 
(Co-sponsor, American Institute for Italian Culture) 

SUNDAY, MARCH 31 — 3:00 P.M. 



THE CIVIC CENTER MUSEUM 
M a unit of 



THE PHILADELPHIA CIVIC CENTER 
SGER. Chairman Harry Ferlecer, Executive Director 



Frank G. Binswanger, Chairman Harry Ferlecer, Executive 

uithin the 

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE 

OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA 

James H. J. Tate, Mayor S. Harry Galfaivd, Director of Commerce 



DON GIOVANNI 

An Opera in Two Acts by 

W. A. MOZART 

Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 




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CHARACTERS OF THE OPERA 

(MARCH 29) (MARCH 31) 

DON GIOVANNI Evans Clouch Edward Crafts 

LEPORELLO James Johnson James Johnson 

DONNA ANNA Julia Kemp Patricia Stasis 

DON OTTAVIO - Guy Rothfuss William Cochran 

DONNA ELVIRA Dianna Ross Katherine Stone 

MASETTO John Cochran John Cochran 

ZERLINA „ Pamela Boodley Helen Krewson 

DON PEDRO Donald Barnum Donald Barnum 

Conductor William Smith 

Stage Director Martial Singher 

At the piano „ Martha Massena 

Musical Preparation Elizabeth Westmoreland 

Technical Director „ Jay Kocan 

Department of Recreation, City of Philadelphia 



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Orchestra and Chorus: Students of the Curtis Institute of Music. 

Sets by the Curtis Institute of Music and The Moore College of Art under the 
direction of Mrs. Betty Garretson and Mr. John Reid. 

Costumes by The Moore College of Art, under the direction of Mrs. Nancy McGee 
and Mrs. Margaret Prisco, and Van Horn Costumes. 



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The first performance of the Opera was given in Prague, on October 29, 1787. 



PLACE: Sevilla. 

TIME: First half of the 17th Century. 




SYNOPSIS OF THE PLOT 
ACT I 

SCENE I: VSTiile his servant Leporello is watching outside the house of Don Pedro, 
Don Giovanni, a licentious man, has entered the room of Donna Anna. She has 
resisted him and when her father, alerted by the noise, challenges him, Don 
Giovanni kills him. Donna Anna returns with her fiance Don Ottavio to aid her 
father. When they find Don Pedro dead, they swear vengeance on his murderer. 

SCENE II: Another part of Sevilla. Donna EUvira, to whom Don Giovanni had 
promised marriage, sings of her sorrow, only to be mocked by the Don and sub- 
mitted to a reading by Leporello of the list of Giovanni's mistresses. A group of 
peasants are celebrating the wedding of their friends Masetto and Zerlina. Don 
Giovanni enters, and enchanted by Zerlina, orders Leporello to take away ever>one 
else, including Masetto, who protests. Donna ElWra enters as the Don is making 
progress with Zerlina and denounces him as a seducer. Donna Anna and Don Ottavio 
also appear, and although Giovanni is able to silence Donna Elvira's denunciations 
and to escape, he arouses the suspicion of Donna Anna. She recognizes him by his 
voice and renews her vows of vengeance, to which Don Otta\-io adds his in the aria 
"II mio tesoro." Meanwhile, Don Giovanni has made plans to give a party in his 
house ("Champagne Aria"). Again reunited with Zerlina, Masetto accuses her of 
misconduct, but the shrewd girl manages to regain his favor. Hearing Giovanni's 
voice, Masetto hides. The Don tries again to win Zerlina, ending by inviting the two 
young peasants to his party. In the meantime. Donna Elvira has joined forces with 
Donna Anna and Don Ottavio. Masked, the three also enter Giovanni's house. 

SCENE III: While the two noble ladies and Don Ottavio stay in the background 
and Leporello keeps Masetto busy, Don Giovanni takes care of Zerlina and leads her 
to a separate room. When she cries for help, Don Giovanni pretends that Leporello 
is the guilty one. The guests realize the truth and Giovanni finds himself surrounded 
by a menacing group. 

ACT II 

SCENE I: Having bought anew the services of his reluctant servant, Don Giovanni 
persuades Leporello to impersonate him under Donna Elvira's window. The woman 
believes that Don Giovanni is repentant and follows the impersonator out of the 
house. Left alone, Don Giovanni sings an enticing serenade to the chambermaid of 
Donna Elvira. He is interrupted by Masetto and a group of peasants intent on finding 
the Don and punishing him. As he had changed clothes with his servant, Giovanni 
convinces Masetto that he is Leporello and rrvonec- himself on the naive youngster. 
Zerlina discovers and comforts her bruised bridegroom. In the growing darkness, 
Leporello tries to escape Donna Elvira, hut finds himself surrounded by Don Otta\-io, 
Donna Anna, Masetto, and Zerlina, all looking for the Don. Fearing for his life, 
Leporello reveals his identity and flees. 

SCENE II: Running away from other pursuers. Don Giovanni has found a refuge 
in a cemetery where Leporello rejoins him. Upon the discovery that the mausoleum 
of the murdered Don Pedro stands nearby, Giovanni forces Leporello to invite the 
statue to dinner. The statue accepts. 

SCENE III: In high spirits, Don Giovanni dines at home, but is interrupted by 
Donna Elvira making a last plea for his reformation. Soon after, the statue of Don 
Pedro honors the Don's invitation. 




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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fovirth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
CARLA "WILKINS, mezzo-soprano 

STUDHJT RECITAL 
MARI TSUMURA, violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, April 1, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

PartoJ ma tu ben mio W. A. Mozart 

David Singer, clarinet obbligato 

Vier ernste Gesange Johannes Brahms 

Michael Korn, organ 

CARLA TaO:LKINS 

II 

Concerto in D minor, Opus 4-7 Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio di molto 

Allegro, ma non tan to 

MARI TSUMURA 
III 

D'une prison Reynaldo Hahn 

lei-bas Gabriel Faure 

A Cradle Song Gordon Mapes 

I Hear ar Army Samuel Barber 

CARLA WILKINS 

Miss Wilkins: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Tsumura: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

ffiADUATION RECITAL 
BARBARA BECK, violin 

STUDENT RECITAL 
CLAUDIA HOCA, piano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 3, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Introduction and rondo eapriceioso. 
Opus 28 



BARBARA BECK 



C. Sain t-Sa ens 



II 
The Goldberg Variations J. S. Bach 



Unisono, a 1 Clav. 



Aria 

Variatio 1. a 1 Clav. 

Variatio 2. a 1 Clav. 

Variatio 3. Canone all' 

Variatio 4^. a 1 Clav. 

Variatio 5. a 1 owero 2 Clav. 

Variatio 6. Canone alia Seconda, a 1 Clav. 

Variatio 7. a 1 owero 2 Clav. 

Variatio 8. a 2 Clav. 

Variatio 9. Canone alia Terza, a 1 Clav. 

Variatio 10. Fughetta. a 1 Clav, 

Variatio 11. a 2 Clav. 

Variatio 12. 

Variatio 13. 

Variatio 14.. 

Variatio 15. 



Canone alia Quarta. 
a 2 Clav. 
a 2 Clav. 

Canone alia Quinta. a 1 Clav. 
(in mo to contrario) 
Variatio 16. Ouverture. a 1 Clav. 
a 2 Clav. 

Canone alia Sesta. a 1 Clav. 
a 1 Clav. 
a. 2 Clav. 
Canone alia Settima 
a 1 Clav. 
a 2 Clav. 



Variatio 17. 

Variatio 18. 

Variatio 19. 

Variatio 20. 

Variatio 21. 

Variatio 22. 

Variatio 23. 



Variatio 2A. Canone all' 

Variatio 25. a 2 Clav. 

Variatio 26. 

Variatio 27. 

Variatio 28. 

Variatio 29. 

Variatio 30. 



Ottava. a 1 Clav. 



a 2 Clav. 

Canone alia Nona, a 1 Clav. 

a 2 Clav. 

a 1 owero 2 Clav. 

Quodlibet. a 1 Clav. 



CLi.UDI/ HOC/- 
Miss Beck: Student of Mr. Galamian 

• - and Mr. Makanowitzky 

Miss Hoca: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

C\irtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

HARP STUDENTS OF MISS COSTELLO 

Thursday Afternoon, April 4, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in Bb . . . G. F. Handel 

Andante allegro Lar^etto Allegro moderato 

Sonata for Harp ^ Paul Hindemith 

Maasig schnell Lebhaft Sehr langsam 

KAREN KRISEL 

II 

Danses Claude Debussy 

1. Danse sacree 2. Danse profane 

SHRUDELI SMITH 
Marilyn Gostello, piano 

Serenade No. 10 for flute and harp Vincent Persiehetti 

1. Larghetto 
2. Allegro comodo 
3. Andante grazioso 
4.. Andante cantabile 
5. Allegretto 
6. Scherzando 
7. Adagietto 
8. Vivo 

SHRUDELI a^ITH 
Deborah Carter, flute 

III 

Sonata for harp Johann L. Dussek 

Allegro Andantino Rondo allegro 

Ballade Carlos Salzedo 

Sonata for harp Nicolas Flagello 

Maestoso quasi allegro 
Lento 

Allegro piu possibile 

ERICA GOODMAN 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

PAMELA BOODLEY, lyric-coloratura 
CHARLES A. ARMITAGE, organ 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, April 5, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

Caldo sangue I Alessandro Scarlatti 

from the Oratorio - II Sedecia, Re di Gerusalemme 

Rugiadose, odorose Alessandro Scarlatti 

Deh vieni, non tardar W. A. Mozart 

from Le Nozze di Figaro 

PAMELA BOODLEY 

II 

Fantasia and fugue in G minor J. S. Bach 

Vivace (sonata II) J. S. Bach 

Choral in E Cesar Franck 

CHARLES A. ARMITAGE 

III 

Lachen und Vein en) 

Du bist die Ruh ) Franz Schubert 

Seligkeit ) 

Clair de lune) , 

Mandoline ) Gabriel Faure 

The Mad Scene Gaetano Donizetti 

from Lucia di Lammermoor 

Patricia Holdeman, flute obbligato 

PAMELA BOODLEY 

Miss Boodley: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Armitage: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



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presents 

DON GIOVANNI 

An opera in two acts by 

A. W. MOZART 
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 

performed by 
The Opera Department of the Curtis Institute of Music 

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Don Giovanni Edward Crafts 

Leporello James Johnson 

Donna Anna Julia Kemp 

Don Oltavio William Cochran 

Donna Elvira Dianna Ross 

Masetto John Cochran 

Zerltna Helen Krewson 

Don Pedro Donald Barnam 
Chorus: Students of the Curtis Institute 



Stage Director Martial Singher 

At the piano Martha Massena 

Musical preparation Elizabeth Westmoreland 



Sets by the Curtis Institute & the Moore College 

of Arts, under the direction of Betty Garretson 

& John Reid. 
Costumes by the Moore College of Art, under the 

direction of Nancy McGee & Margaret Frisco, 

& VanHorn Costumes. 

The opera was performed for the first time on Oc- 
tober 29, 1797, in Prague. 

Place: Sevilla 

Time: First half of the 17th Century 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
SUSAN WINTERBOTTOM, viola 

STUDENT RECITAL 
DEBORAH CARTER, flute 

Curtis Orchestra directed by Mr. William Smith 

Monday Afternoon, April 8, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite No. 2 in B minor J. S. Bach 

Ouverture 
Rondeau 
Sarabande 

Bouree I & II 
Polonaise 
Menuet 
Badinerie 

DEBORAH CARTER 

II 

Der Schwanendreher Paul Hindemith 

I. Zwischer Berg und tiefem Tal 

II. Nur laube, Lindlein, laube 

III. Variationen "Seid ihr nicht der Schwarendreher" 

SUSAN WINTERBOTTOM 

Miss Winterbottom: Student of Mr. de Pasquale 
Miss Carter: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
and Mr. Krell 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
EDVTARD J. CRAFTS, bass-baritone 

STUDENT RECITAL 
SUSAN CORN^/ffiLL, piano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 10, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Air de Roland J- B. Lulli 

from Roland 

Air de Sancho Panga Frangois A. Philidor 

from Sancho Panga dans son isle 

Phidyle ) 

Elegie ) Henri Duparc 

Le Manoir de Rosemonde) 

Songs and Dances of Death Modest Mussorgsky 

Trepak 
Kolybelnaya 
Serena da 

EDWARD J. CRAFTS 
II 

Sonata in ET» major, (K282) W. A. Mozart 

Adagio Menuetto I Menuetto II Allegro 

American Preludes, Volume 1 Alberto Ginastera 

Accents 
Sadness 

Creole Dance 
Vidala 

In the first Pentatonic Minor Mode 
Tribute to Roberto Garcia Morillo 

Scherzo in Eb minor. Opus 31 Frederic Chopin 

SUSAN CORNV/ELL 

III 

Three Old Egyptian Poems Hermann Reutter 

Memento 

Echnatons Sonnengesang 

Finale 

EDWARD J. CRAFTS 

Mr. Crafts: Student of Mr. Singher 
Miss Cornwell: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 






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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
ROBERT MARCUS, violoncello 

STUDENT RECITAL 
GARY LOGSDON, viola 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, April 18, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite for viola and piano (1919) Ernest Bloch 

Lento: Allegro 
Allegro ironico 
Lento 

Molto vivo 

GARY LOGSDON 

II 

Concerto in Eb, Opus 107 Dimitri Shostakovitch 

Allegretto 
Moderate 
Allegro 

ROBERT MARCUS 

Mr. Logsdon: Student of Mr. de Pasquale 
Mr. Marcus: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, .Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

JAMES BIGHiy^, organ 
ROMAN P. OSADCHUK, tenor 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, April 19, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Care selve G. F. Handel 

from Atalanta 

Perduta ho la speranza S. Donaudy 

Zueignimg R. Strauss 

Quanto e bella G. Donizetti 

from L'elisir d' amore 

ROMAN P. OSADCHUK 

II 

The three settings of Come, Savior of 
the Heathen from the eighteen 
"Great" chorales J. S, Bach 

Fantasia on A Mighty Fortress Max Reger 

JAMES BIGHAM 

III 

Una furtiva lagrima G. Donizetti 

from L'elisir d' amore 

Sure on this shining night Samuel Barber 

Christ went up into the hills Richard Hageman 

Love went a-riding Frank Bridge 

nOVm p. OSADCHUK 

Mr. Bigham: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Osadchuk: Student of Hme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATIC3N RECITAL 

C. EVANS CLOUGH, baritone 
DAVID SPICER, organ 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 23, 1968 at 5:1$ o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Thy glorious deeds inspired my tongue G. 7. Handel 

from Samson 

Leave me loathsome light G. F. Handel 

frcn Ssnele 

6 scngs frc::! Schwanengesang Franz Schubert 

Poens of I-ieine 

Der Atlas Die Stadt 

Ihr Bild Am Meer 

Das Fischernadchen Der Doppelganger 

C. EVANS CLOUCai 

II 

Concerto in D m^Jior Antonio Vi-i-Bldi 

Allegro 
Grave 

Fugue 
Largo 
Allegro 

Christ lay in death's dark bonds ) j^ g^ Bach 

If thou but suffer God to guide thee) 

Cantabile Cesar Franck 

Introduction and Fugue Franz Liszt 

on the choral Ad r.os ad salutarem undam 

DAVID SPICEE 

III 

Poeme d'un jour Gabriel Faure 

Rencontre Tou jours Adieu 

La vague et la cloche Henri Duparc 

The Daisies ) 

Rain has fallen) Samuel Barber 

I hear an army ) 

C. EVANS CLOUGH 

Mr. Clou^: Student of Mr. Singfaer 

Mr. Spicer: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
WILLIAM COCHRAN, tenor 

STUDENT RECITAL 
DANIEL HEIFETZ, violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Wednesday Afternoon, April 24, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Gia il sole dal Gange Alessandro Scarlatti 

Total Eclipsei G. F. Handel 

from Samson 

Die Mainacht ) Johannes Brahms 

Feldeinsamkeit) 

Fussreise ) 

Anakreons Grab) Hugo Wolf 

Der Tambour ) 

WILLIAM COCHRAN 

II 

Chaconne Tommaso Vitali 

Michael Stairs, organ 

Sonata in D minor, Opus 108 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Un poco presto e con sentimento 
Presto agitato 

DANIEL HEIFETZ 

III 

Duet from the Pearl Fishers Georges Bizet 

with Martial Singher 

In fernem Land Richard Wagner 

from Lohengrin 

Non pangere liu Giacomo Puccini 

from Tvirandot 

WILLIAM COCHRAN 

Mr. Cochran: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Heifetz: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 
KEITH CHAPMAN, organ 

STUDMT RECITAL 
JAMES FIELDS, piano 

Thursday Afternoon, April 25, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Yugue in G major J. S. Bach 

Fugue in G minor J. S. Bach 

"The Little" 

Variations sur Veni Creator Maurice Durufle 

KEITH CHAPMAN 

II 

Variations serieuses. Opus ^k Felix Mendelssohn 

Sonata Alberto Ginastera 

Allegro marcato 
Presto misterioso 

Adagio molto appassionato 
Ruvido ed ostinato 

JAMES FIELDS 



Mr. Fields: Student of Mr. Serkin 

and Mr. Horszowski 
Mr. Chapman: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

DIEDRE IRONS, piano 
FRANCES COHEN, harp 

Friday Afternoon, April 26, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Barcarole in F# major. Opus 60 Frederic Chopin 

Variations on a theme of Corelli Sergei Rachmaninov 

DIEDRE IRONS 

II 

Sonatine Maurice Ravel 

Arranged for harp, flute and violoncello by Carlos Salzedo 

Modere 

Mouvement de menuet 
Anime 

Patricia Holdeman, flute George Harpham, violoncello 

FRANCES COHEN 

Sonata for harp and piano Carlos Salzedo 

FRANCES COHEN DIEDRE IRONS 

Miss Irons: Student of Mr. Serkin 

and Mr. Horszowski 
Miss Cohen: Student of Miss Costello 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-fourth Season 1968-69 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

LAURIE MOSTOVOY, violin 
SAMUEL GINDIN, french horn 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, April 29, 1968 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Symphonie espagnole Edouard Lalo 

Allegro non troppo 

LAURIE MOSTOVOY 

II 

Trio in Eb major. Opus -^0 Johannes Brahms 

Andante 

Scherzo: Allegro 
Adagio mesto 

Allegro con brio 

Daniel Heifetz, violin Craig Sheppard, piano 

SAMUEL GINDIN 

Miss Mostovoy: Student of Mr. Galamian 
Mr. Gindin: Student of Mr. Jones 



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Thirty-fifth Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



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Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May eleventh 

Nineteen Hundred and sixty-eight 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 

ORGAN PRELUDES 

Prelude in E Flat Major Johann Sebastian Bach 

(from the Clavieriibung, Part III) 

Variations on the theme of "Veni Creator" Maurice Durufl£ 

GRADUATE PROCESSION 

Processional AndrJ Campra 

John Tuttle 

ADDRESS 
Gian-Carlo MENorn 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist 
Director, Efrem Zimbalist 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 

The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphoniqiie Cesar Franck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

DIPLOMAS 

Voice 

Charles Evans Clough John Walter Cochran (in absentia) 
Roman Peter Osadchuk Helen C. Krewson 

Carla Sue Wilkins Pamela Kathleen Boodley 

Guy Edgar Lloyd Rothfuss Katherine Elizabeth Stone 

Piano 
DiEDRE Irons 

Violin 
Roy T. Malan (in absentia) Laurie Mostovoy 

Violoncello 
Marcia Peck Robert Marcus 

Organ 

Richard Alexander James Miller Bigham 

Charles A. Armitage 

Oboe 
Richard Woodhams 

Trumpet 
Lanny R. Doster 

Trombone 
John Drew Kelly 

Double Bass 
Randolph Joseph Ujcich 

Clarinet 
Janet Elizabeth Gay 

Trumpet 
Richard L Cooper 

Harp 
Elizabeth Joan Burke 



DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Organ 
Keith Ronald Chapman David Charles Spicer, Jr. 

Voice 
DiANNE Elaine Ross Edward James Crafts 

Violin 
Barbara Elaine Beck 

Viola 
Susan Winterbottom 

Violoncello 
David Kadarauch 

Flute 
Patricia Valley Holdeman 

Harp 
Frances Ellen Cohen 

French Horn 
Samuel Don Gindin 

Bassoon 
Charles H. Holdeman 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole, B.M. 



Assistant Marshals 
Daniel Heifetz Craig Sheppard 

William Horn Robert Koester 



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